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ANNUAL 

OF THE 

BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 



NINETY' SECOND SESSION 
WINSTON - SALEM 
DECEMBER 12'15, 1922 



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THE NEXT ANNUAL SESSION WILL BE HELD WITH 

THE HRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF GASTONLA 

DECEMBER 13-16, 1923 



PREACHER OF ANNUAL SERMON, L. R. PRUETTE 
ALTERNATE, J. W. KINCHELOE 

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ANNUAL 



OF THE 

BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 
1922 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT 
B. W. Spilman Kinston 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

Gilbert T. Stephexsox Raleigh 

T. D. Maness • • • Concord 

T. M. PiTTMAN Henderson 

RECORDING SECRETARY 
Walter M. Gilmore Sanford 

TREASURER 
Walters Durham • Raleigh 

AUDITOR 
F. H. Briggs Raleigh 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARIES 

Charles E. Maddby, Board of Missions Raleigh 

R. T. Vaxn, Board of Education Raleigh 

TRUSTEES 

W. N. Jones Raleigh 

B. F. Huntley Winston-Salem 



RALEIGH, N. C. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Company 

1922 




HENRY A. BROWN 

PASTOR EMERITUS OF ALL THE BAPTIST CHURCHES OF 'WINSTON - SALEM 



STANDING COMMITTEES 

Aid for Ministerial Students in High Schools — J. R. Jester, R. 
X,. Moore, J. A. Campbell, G. A. Martin, W. R. Cullom. 

Church at Chapel Hill — Charles E. Maddry, Collier Cobb, F. P. 
Hobgood, A. Johnson, J. E. Welsh. 

Co-Operative Sltperintendent of Evangelism in Each Assocl\- 
TiON— G. N. Cowan, C. W. Blanchard, L. R. Pruette, W. R. Bradshaw, 
R. J. Bateman, C. E. Maddry, A. C. Hamby. 

Forest City's Proposition — W. C. Barrett, W. 0. Riddick, J. F. 
Spainhour. 

Historical Commission— J. T. Alderman, W. A. Graham, W. R. 
Cullom, C. J. Black, A. I. Justice. 

Look-out Commission — Charles E. Maddry, chairman, ex-officio, 
J. M. Broughton, Charles E. Brewer, Mrs. Annie Caldwell Baker, 
Mrs. H. W. Baucom, Mrs. M. W. Buck, W. C. Barrett, J. M. Arnette, 
Mrs. H. M. Finch, E. B. Lewis, Charles Anderson, Edwin Josey, M. 
L. Kesler, W. L. Poteat, Miss Laura Lazenby^ Mrs. W. N. Jones, 
J. B. Stroud, Gilbert T. Stephenson, J. E. Welsh. 

Memorials — J. A. Campbell, E. E. Bomar, R. D. Carroll, W. J. 
Berryman, J. S. Farmer. 

Meredith College Advisory Committee in Construction of New 
Buildings— Gilbert T. Stephenson, L. R. Varser, O. Max Gardner, 
A. Paul Bagby, Joe Howard, E. F. Watson, J. R. Jester. 

Order of Business — B. N. Johnson, W. R. Cullom, S. Mclntyre, J. 
A. E'llis, E. D. Poe. 

Press— T. W. Chambliss, W. C. Dowd, Gerald Pittman, J. Sant- 
iord Martin, Herbert Feele. 

Prohibition Enforcement — W. L. Poteat, Livingston Johnson, 
John A. Gates. 

Resolutions— C. H. Durham, Mrs. W. A. Smith, Bruce Benton, O. 
M. Mull, J. E. Allen. 

School of Applied Stewardship — Walt N. Johnson, T. F. Pettus, 
Gilbert T. Stephenson, J. Clyde Turner, M. L. Kesler, J. H. High- 
smith, H. F. Brinson. 

Social Service — W. L. Poteat, L. B. McBrayer, W. S. Rankin, 
P.. F. Beasley, W. C. Barrett. 

Transportation — Hugh Latimer, J. J. Hurt, E. Y. Webb, B. W. 
.Spilman, G. T. Lumpkin, W. M. Gilmore. 

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BOARDS OF THE CONVENTION 

BOARD OF MISSIONS 

Charles Anderson, John D. Berry, W. R. Bradshaw, J. A. Campbell, 
W. A. Cooper, J. J. Hurt, R. H. Herring, J. Y. Joyner, Mrs. J. Yates-. 
Killian, Miss Annie Logan, J. H. Matthews, I. M. Mercer, J. T. Mc- 
Neill, W. O. Riddick, R. L. McMillan, J. Clyde Turner, W. A. Smith, 
J. S. Snyder, T. J. Taylor, Mrs. L. T. Vaughn, J. E. Welsh. 

AssociATioxAL Membess — Alleghany, R. L. Doughton; A7ison, S. 
J. Turner; Ashe, H. A. Eller; Beulah, R. E. White; Brushy Motmtain, 
R. A. Spainhour; Buncomle, R. J. Bateman; Carolina, A. I. Justice; 
Catawba River, E. McK. Goodwin; Central, D. R. Green; Chowan, H.. 
G. Bryant; Cumberland, John A. Gates; Eastern, R. H. Herring; 
Flat River, R. H. Marsh; French Broad, R. L. Moore; Gaston. T. H. 
King; Green River, J. A. McKaughan; Haywood, R. C. Campbell; 
Johnson, A. O. Moore; Liberty, J. S. Hardaway; Little River, Sid- 
ney A. Edgerton; Macon. J. C. Owen; Mecklenburg-Cabarrus, L. R. 
Fruette; Mt. Zion, W. S. Olive; Neuse- Atlantic, W. M. Herbert, Kin- 
ston; Piedmont, Clarence A. Smith; Pilot Mountain, H. W. Baucom; 
Raleigh, J. D. Berry; Robeson, E. J. Britt; Sandy Creek, I. P. 
Frazier; Sandy Run. Z. D. Harrill; South Fork, J. A. Snow; South 
Yadkin, M. J. Hendrix; Stone Mountain, J. S.' Kilby; Surry, S. G. 
Burrus; Tar River, E. R. Nelson; Tennessee River, J. S. Woodward; 
Three Forks, J. C. Horton; Union, J. W. Bivens; Yancey, S. W. Ben- 
nett; West Chowan, Alexander Miller; Wilmington, F. P. Powers. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION 

A. Wayland Cook, G. N. Cowan, Kader Curtis, Charles R. Daniel, 
J. Ben Eller, S. J. Everett, J. H. Highsmith, J. R. Hunter, T. L. 
Johnson, J. J. Lane, R. L. Mc:\Iillan, T. D. Maness, Eugene I. Olive, 
W. S. Privott, J. B. Willis. 

TRUSTEE'S OF BAPTIST FOUNDATION 
T. F. Pettus for five years; Z. M. Caviness for four years; W. N.. 
Jones for three years; Gilbert T. Stephenson for two years; Charles 
H. Durham for one year. 

TRUSTEES OF BAPTIST HOSPITAL 

B. F. Huntley, J. Wilbur Crews, Egbert L. Davis, Mrs. Ruth Rod- 
dick, A. Wayland Cook, A. E. Tate, J. H. Bostic, T. L. Johnson, Mrs- 
L. T. Vaughan, R. J. Bateman, Zeno Wall, Gilbert T. Stephenson. 

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Boards of the Constitution 5 

TRUSTEES OF WAKE FOREST COLLEGE 
Term expires January 1, 1924— J. T. J. Battle, J. J. Britt, Walter 

E. Daniel, R. C. Dunn, Gary J. Hunter, N. B. Josey, T. H. King, 

John A. Gates, W. S. Rankin, R. T. Vann, A. D. Ward. 

Term expires January 1, 1926 — Thos. H. Briggs, J. L. Griffin, J. E. 

Allen, J. C. Glifford, F. P. Hobgood, Livingston Johnson, M. L. 

Xesler, Stephen Mclntyre, George A. Norwood, V. O. Parker, J. M. 

Parrott, Clarence Poe, R. E. Royall. 

Term expires January 1, 1928 — E. F. Aydlett, J. A. Campbell, M. 

li. Davis, W. J. P'errell, E. B. Josey, G. E. Lineberry, R. H. Marsh, 

R. L. Moore, T. F. Pettus, G. T. Stephenson, A. E. Tate, E. W. 

Timberlake. 

TRUSTEE'S OF MEREDITH COLLEGE 
Term expires May, 1923— W. R. Bradshaw, W. N. Jones, S. Mc- 
lntyre, W. O. Riddick, R. H. Riggsbee, R. N. Simms, W. A. Thomas, 
G. T. Watkins, W. H. Weatherspoon. 

Term expires 1925— J. T. J. Battle, W. A. Ayers, T. A. Avera, A. 
'G. Cox, Mrs. Margaret S. Everett, E. McK. Goodwin, C. J. Hunter, 
Livingston Johnson. 

Term expires 1927 — J. D. Boushall, Miss Bertha L. Carroll, Z. M. 
Caviness, B. F. Huntley, J. Y. Joyner, M. L. Kesler, D. H. Fenton, 
W. L. Poteat. 

TRUSTEES OF CHOWAN COLLEGE 
Term expires May, 1928— A. V. Cobb, Mrs. W. M. Hollowell, Ly- 
curgus Hofler, P. J. Long, C. W. Mitchell, Jr., J. G. Stancell, B. H. 
Ward, I. A. Ward, J. J. White, D. E. Williams, J. E. Vann. 

Term expires May 1926— J. D. Babb, W. J. Berryman, D. R. Brit- 
ton, J. T. Bolton, W. L. Curtis, Josiah Elliott, J. J. Fleetwood, J. P. 
Holloman, Wayland Mitchell, T. R. Ward, Mrs. Lois Wynn. 

Terms expire May, 1924— E. F. Aydlett, W. D. Barbee, Edgar 
Brett, N. W. Britton, A. A. Butler, C. C. Hoggard, J. H. Matthews, 
A. Sawyer, J. H. Stephenson, E. L. Wells, S. P. Winborne. 

TRUSTEES OF NEW BERN JUNIOR COLLEGE 
T. F. Pettus, H. M. Jacobs, B. W. Spilman, Zeno Wall, L. L. Leary, 
Mrs. U. E. Swann, Mrs. Paul Yelverton, W. A. Ayers, C. W. Blanch- 
ard. 

TRUSTEES OF THE ORPHANAGE 

Elected in 1917 to serve till 1923— J. M. Stoner, Tyler Wheeler, 
;Stephen Mclntyre, J. W. Noell, E. F. Aydlett, Thomas Carrick. 



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Elected in 1919 to serve till 1925— J. B. Stroud, F. P. Hobgood!^ 
W. A. Cooper, J. H. Canady, C. C. Wright, J. C. Whitty. 

Elected in 1921 to serve till 1927— B. W. Spilman, C. L. Haywood,, 
John Schenk, S. J. Liipfert, T. P. Pruett. 

SOUTHERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 
R. T. Vann, L. Johnson, W. L. Poteat, C. H. Durham, J. J. Hurt,. 
Charles Anderson, G. T. Stephenson, W. J. Berryman, G. T. Wat- 
kins. 

BAPTIST BIBLE INSTITUTE 
B. W. Spilman, E. D. Poe, W. A. Ayers. 

State Member Foreign Missi07i Board — T. W. O'Kelley. 
State Member Home Mission Board — C. H. Durham. 
State Member Sunday School Board — W. C. Barrett. 
State Member Relief and Annuity Board — J. J. Hurt. 



CONSTITUTION 

Section 1. This body shall be known as the Baptist State Conven- 
tion of North Carolina. 

Section 2. The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina shall 
be composed of not exceeding three representatives from each white 
association in the State and not exceeding one white representative 
appointed by the churches for every $50.00 contributed to its funds, 
and of such life members as have been made so by the payment of 
$30.00 at any one time to the treasurer of the Convention for the ob- 
jects of the Convention and all the officers of the Boards of the 
Convention, provided: That no church shall have more than ten 
representatives, and provided further that no other life members 
shall be created. No one shall be a member of the Convention who 
is not a member of a Missionary Baptist church, cooperating with 
the Convention. 

Section 3. The object of the Convention shall be to promote 
missions, education, social service, the distribution and study of the 
Bible and sound religious literature, to assist Baptist churches in 
the erection of houses of worship, and to cooperate with the South- 
ern Baptist Convention in its work. ■ 

Section 4. The Convention shall meet annually on Tuesday after 
the second Sunday in December. 

Section 5. The officers of the Convention shall be a president, 
three vice-presidents, a recording secretary, a corresponding secre- 
tary, an auditor, and three trustees of the Convention and the 
trustees of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation. The president, 
vice-presidents, recording secretary and corresponding secretary shall 
be elected as the Convention may determine. The term of office of 
president shall commence at the conclusion of the session at which 
he is elected and continue until the close of the next Convention. 

Section 6. The president shall preside over the deliberations of 
the Convention and discharge such other duties as are incumbent on 
the presiding officer of deliberative bodies. He shall appoint all 
committees unless the Convention shall otherwise determine, and in 
his absence one of the vice-presidents shall act in his stead. 

Section 7. The recording secretary shall record the proceedings 
of the Convention and have the same printed and distributed. 

Section 8. The corresponding secretary shall solicit contributions 
to the objects of the Convention, assist the Board of Missions in the 

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selection of missionaries and labor to promote the objects of the 
Convention. 

Section 9. The treasurer shall receive all funds sent to him for the 
objects of the Convention, make acknowledgment of the same each 
week in the Biblical Recorder, give a bond to the trustees of the 
Convention in such amount as they may determine for the faithful 
performance of his duties and prescribe the terms and conditions of 
said bond. He shall also forw^ard at least once a month all con- 
tributions to their destination; at every meeting of the Convention 
he shall make a full report of his receipts and disbursements, and 
upon retiring from his office, turn over to his successor all moneys, 
papers, books and other property belonging thereto. 

Section 10. The trustees shall secure and hold the title to any and 
all property acquired by and belonging to the Convention and take 
a sufficient bond from the treasurer, and in case the treasurer shall 
refuse or neglect to give his bond within thirty days after his elec- 
tion the trustees shall have power to elect a treasurer. The said 
trustees shall elect a chairman and secretary and report annually 
to the Convention the work done by them. The said trustees shall 
make such conveyances of the property of the Convention as they 
may be directed to convey by the Convention. 

Section 11. The auditor shall, prior to each annual Convention, 
examine carefully all the receipts, disbursements, vouchers, papers 
and books of the treasurer, and his certificate as to the facts in 
regard to these matters shall be attached to the treasurer's report. 

Section 12. The work of the Convention shall be classed under 
three heads, namely, missions, education and social service. The 
Board of Missions shall be known as the State Board of Missions, 
and the Board of Education shall be known as the State Board of 
Education. There shall be a standing committee of five on Social 
Service. These Boards and the committee on Social Service shall be 
appointed annually and report to each session of the Convention i^ith 
such recommendations as they may desire to make. 

Section 13. It shall be the duty of each of these Boards to have its 
reports printed and ready for distribution on the first day of the Con- 
vention, and they shall plan their work so as to .avoid conflicts in pre- 
sentation of their work and the collection of funds as far as possible. 

Section 14. The Convention recommends to the churches and 
associations that they cooperate with these Boards in their work. 
The Convention shall decide which of said Boards shall have charge 
of any particular work of the Convention. 



Constitution 9 

Section 15. Individuals, churches, and associations, or others 
■desiring the assistance and cooperation of the Baptists of the 
State in any work not already fostered by the Convention, should 
present the question to the agency under which it should be proper- 
ly placed. If the agency should refuse to take it up, it may be pre- 
sented to the Convention under miscellaneous business or a special 
order. 

Section 16. The mission work of the Home and Foreign Mission 
Boards shall be carried on under the direction of the State Board of 
Missions in such co-operative manner as the three boards, or their 
corresponding secretaries, may agree upon. 

Section 17. All reports from educational institutions connected 
with the Convention shall be made annually to the Convention in 
session through the Board of Education. 

Section 18. The State Board of Missions and the State Board of 
Education shall be located in Raleigh. 

Section 19. The work of the social service of the Convention shall 
be presented in reports on the Orphanage, Ministers' Relief Board, 
Hospitals, Temperance and such other matters affecting social con- 
ditions of which the Convention shall take cognizance, all of which 
shall be considered by the standing committee on social service. 

Section 20. The members of the Boards of the Convention and 
institutions affiliated with the Convention shall be distributed as 
widely as practicable, both as to territory and individuals. 

Section 21. The Convention year shall close November 30 of each 
year. 

Section 22. The Boards of the Convention shall determine the 
amount of compensation of their respective officers and the State 
Board of Missions shall determine the amount of compensation of 
the Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary and Recording Secretary of 
the Convention. 

Section 23. If, for any reason, it shall be necessary to select a place 
or to change the time or place of the meeting "of the Convention, 
after the Convention adjourns, the President, Recording Secretary 
and the Corresponding Secretaries of the several Boards shall be a 
committee with power to make necessary change or changes. 

Section 24. This constitution may be changed or amended on 
any day but the last of any annual session of the Convention by two- 
thirds vote of those present when the vote is taken. 




H. W. BAUCOM 

PASTOR OF SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH WITH WHICH THE CONVENTION MET 



PROCEEDINGS 

OF THE 

BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 



NINETY- SECOND ANNUAL SESSION 

Winsto^'-Salem, December 12, 1922. 

The Baptist State Coiiventioii of Xorth Carolina met in 
the auditorium of the Salem Baptist Church of this city 
promptly at 3 o'clock this afternoon in its ninety-second an- 
nual session. 

At the request of President B. W. Spilman, Eugene Olive 
is to lead the music of this session of the Convention. "Come 
Thou Fount of Every Blessing" and "Come We That Love 
the Lord" were sung. President Spilman led the devotional 
services, reading Psalm 100 and leading in prayer. "All 
the Way My Savior Leads Me" was sung, followed by a 
prayer by I. T. l^ewton, especially for our mission work. 
After singing "I Am Thine, O Lord," B. K. Mason led a 
special prayer in behalf of our educational institutions. 
"More About Jesus" was sung, and J. E. Kirk led in a special 
prayer for our social service work. 

The chair announced the appointment of the following 
committee on enrollment: Oscar Creech, K. E. Hall, J. E. 
Hoyle, J. K". Barnette, R. C. Campbell, C. A. Upchurch, 
' C. E. Mitchell. 

Organization 

President Spilman gave notice that he will not stand for- 
re-election at the conclusion of this session. 



12 X. C. Baptist State Convention 

For Vice-Presidents the following nominations were made : 
H. J. Bateman nominated Gilbert T. Stephenson ; G. A. Mar- 
tin nominated T. D. Mauess ; H. T. Stevens nominated T. M. 
Pitman. On motion of T. J. Taylor, the Secretary cast the 
ballot of the Convention for these brethren for Vice-Presi- 
dents. 

The chair announced that the Committee on Committees 
will be composed of Perry Morgan, Theo. B. Davis, the three 
Vice-Presidents and Corresponding Secretary. 

Chairman Oscar Creech announced that 498 messengers 
Tiad been enrolled thus far. 

On motion of T. J. Taylor, Gilbert T. Stephenson cast 
the ballot of the Convention for "Walter M. Gilmore as Re- 
cording Secretary. 

On motion of G. A. ^Martin, the Secretary cast the ballot 
of the Convention for "Walters Durham as Treasurer, 

On motion of T. J. Taylor, the Secretary cast the ballot 
of the Convention for F. H. Briggs as Auditor. 

On motion of T. J. T. Taylor, the Secretary cast the 
l^allot of the Convention for Charles E. Maddry as Cor- 
responding Secretary of Convention and R. T. Vann as Cor- 
responding Secretary of the Board of Education. 

On motion of W. L. Poteat, W. :N'. Jones, B. F. Huntley 
and R. H. Riggsbee were elected trustees of the Convention. 

PROGRAM 
Tuesday Afternoon 
3:00 — Devotional Services — Joseph A. Gaines, Charlotte. 
3:60 — Enrollment and Organization. 
4:00 — Presentation of Reports. 
4:45 — Appointment of Committee on Reports. 
5 : 00 — Miscellaneous. 

Tuesday Evening 
7:15 — Devotional Services— John Arch Mclver, Louisburg. 
7:30 — Presentation of New Pastors. 
7:45 — Hospitals. 

8:4.5 — Convention Sermon — W. A. Ayers, New Bern, or his Alter- 
nate, T. H. King, Gastonia. 



Minutes of Session 1922 IS 

Wednesday Mokning 

9:00 — Devotional Services — J. H. Thayer, Elizabeth City. 

9:15 — Reports of Special Committees. 

9 : 45 — Orphanage. 
10:30 — State Missions. 
12:15 — Address on Evangelism — M. E. Dodd, Shrieveport, La. 

Wednesday' Afternoon 
2:30 — Devotional Services — A. J. Smith, Franklin. 
2 : 45 — Miscellaneous. 
3:00— B. Y. P. U. 
4:00 — ^Baptist Foundation. 
4:30— W. M. U. 
5 : 00 — Miscellaneous. 

Wednesday Evening 
7:15 — Devotional Services — Zeno Wall, Goldsboro.. 
7:30 — Foreign Missions. 
8:45 — Wake Forest College. 

THtTBSDAY Morning 
9:00 — D8^otional Services — W. K. Collins, Cliffside. 
9 : 15 — Miscellaneous. 
9:30— Sunday Schools. 
10:30 — 75 Million Reinforcement Campaign — L. R. Scarboraugh, 

Fort Worth, Texas. 
11:30 — Address — ^"The Challenge of Europe to America" — E. Y. 
Mullins, Louisville, Ky. 

Thursday Afternoon 
2:45 — Devotional Services— R. K. Redwine, Nashville. 
3 : 00 — Miscellaneous. 
3:15 — Sunday School Board. 
3:45 — ^Look-out Commission. 
4:00— Theological Schools. 

Thursday Ex'ening 
7:15 — Devotional Services — W. C. Tyree, Lenoir. 
7:30 — Home Missions. 
8 : 45— Meredith College. 



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Fbiday Morning 

9:00 — Devotional Services — E. F. Sullivan, Maxton. 

9 : 15 — Miscellaneous. 

9:30 — Ministerial Relief and Annuity. 
10:00 — Biblical Recorder. 
10:30— Chowan College. 
10:50 — Secondary Schools. 
11:30 — Social Service. 
12:00— Obituaries. 
12:15 — Miscellaneous. 
12 : 30 — Adjournment. 

J. A. Campbexl, 
Charles E. Maddry, 
R. T. Vanx. 
M. L. Kesler, 
Walter M. Gilmore. 

Committee on Order 
of Business. 

At this point the Chair recognized the following" visitors 
and welcomed them to the Convention : John T. Christian, 
Xew Orleans, La. ; Victor I. ]\rasters, Louisville, Ky. ; F. H. 
Leavell, Memphis, Tenn. ; D. W. Herring and wife, China ; 
C. J. D. Parker, Virginia; O. W. Triplett, Sonth Carolina, 
S. W. Donner, South Carolina ; J. A. Sutherland, California ; 
W. B. Haislip, Virginia ; Miss Pearl Johnson and Mrs. G. 
W. Green, China ; E. G. Pranks, Washing-ton, D. C. ; I. J. 
Van ISTess, Xashville, Tenn. ; J. H. Eager, Baltimore. 

Secretary Charles E. Maddry read his Report on the Board 
of Missions, suggesting at the close that this Convention ex- 
press its appreciation in a substantial way of former Secre- 
tary Walter ]^. Johnson, who is in a hospital in Charlotte. 
(See Appendix A.) 

On motion of W. C. Barrett, after a special prayer for 
Brother Johnson led by J. E. Welsh, and the reading of a 
letter from Brother Johnson to the Convention, an offering 
was made for Brother Johnson amounting to $360.05. On 
motion of Charles E. Maddrv the following committee was 



Minutes of Session 1922 15 

appointed to bear the love of the Convention and this offering 
to Brother Johnson: W. C. Barrett, L. E. Pruett, J. A. 
Snow. 

Secretary E, T. Vann presented the Report of the Board of 
Education. (See Appendix B.) 

William Louis Poteat read the general Report on Social 
Service. (See Appendix C.) 

Livingston Johnson offered an amendment to the report 
to the effect that this Convention goes on record as endorsing 
the Volstead Act and urges its enforcement. The amendment 
was adopted. 

The Chair appointed the following committees : 

On Report of State Board of Missions : J. Clyde Turner, 

T. F. Pettus, E. E. IsTelson, Braxton Craig, J.' S. Snvder, 

W. A. Smith, E. H. Herring. 

On Report of Board of Education: B. W. Parham, J. E. 

Kirk, W. C. Barrett, W. E. Goode, E. L. Davis, Mrs. E. E. 

White, Q. C. Davis. 

On Report of Social Service Agencies: J. D. Berry, J. H, 
Matthews, J. T. Alderman, Mrs. J. J. Eoddick, Mrs. M. W. 
Buck, Zeno Wall. 

0)1 Time, Place, and Preacher: T. H. Briggs, Lee McB. 
White, S. L. Morgan, Mrs. H. W. Baucom, E?K. Eedwine. 

On motion of Charles E. Maddry, the order of business 
for the evening service is changed so that the Convention 
sermon will be preached before the discussion of the Baptist 
Hospital. 

President Spilman read a telegram of greetings from our 
l)oys at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and the 
Secretary was requested to make suitable response. 

On motion of Charles E. Maddry, the special order for 
Tuesday, 12 :15, will be the matter of the re-location of Mere- 
dith College. 

President Charles E. Brewer offered the following names 
to fill vacancies on the Board of Trustees of Meredith College : 



16 N. C Baptist State CoxvENTioisr 

W. A. Ajers, Xew Bern, to take the place of J. G. Blalock, 
whose term expires in 1925 ; T. A. Avera, Kocky Mount, to 
take the place of S. M. Brinson, deceased, whose term ex- 
pired in 1925. The election of these as trustees was con- 
firmed. 

On motion of Gilbert T. Stephenson, the invitation of the 
Kiwanis Club to convey the members of the Convention to 
the new Baptist Hospital in this citv Thursday afternoon. 
1:30 to 2:30, is accepted. 

E. E. Bomar brings greetings from E. Allison, a veteran 
minister of the gospel. 

On motion of W. L. Poteat, the discussion on the re-loca- 
tion of Meredith College Wednesday, 12 :15, is limited to 45 
minutes. 

A. E. Tate offered a suggestion to the Committee on Time. 
Place and Preacher to the effect that the time of the Conven- 
tion be changed to October or Xovember. Dr. Charles E. 
^Maddry maintained that such a change would be disastrous 
to the work of collecting the pledges of the 75 Million Cam- 
paig-n for the next two years. W. C. Barrett, G. A. Martin, 
Q. C. Davis and E. E. Aydlett discussed the question. ISTo 
action was taken by the Convention. 

On motion of T. W. O'Kelley, adjourned, after prayer 
by Q. C. Davis. 

TUESDAY— EvExixcx Sessioij 

After a song service, led by Eugene Olive, W. K. Collins 
led in prayer and John Arch Mclver read Isaiah 53, and 
spoke on "Silences" — "Yet He Opened Not His Mouth." 

J. H. Eager is given five minutes in which to make a state- 
ment about a cruise to Bible Lands next summer. 

After singing "Thou My Everlasting Portion" and "All 
Hail the Power of Jesus' Name," Livingston Johnson intro- 
duced and welcomed to the Convention the following new 
pastors, who have come into the State since the last Conven- 
tion: W. D. Hubbard, Southside Church, Raleigh; J. Ben 



Minutes of Session 1922 17 

Eller, Statesville, First ; H. E. Waldrop, McAdenville ; W. J. 
Banks, Elizabeth City, Riverside and Salem Churches ; John 
Axch Mclver, Louisburg ; E. G. Ross, Hendersonville ; E. J. 
Isenhoiir, Ahoskie; A, J. Smith, Eranklin; A. E. C. Pitman, 
Republican ; W. G. Hughes, Statesville ; E. C. Andrews, Mt. 
Holly ; T. Y. Seymour, Johnson Memorial, Raleigh ; J. E. 
Hill, Mars Hill ; Robert Spiro, Asheville ; J. R. Jester, Win- 
ston-Salem, First ; S. H. Templeman, Elizabeth City, First ; 
L. W. Teague, Wilkesboro; T. H. Plemmons, Immanuel, 
Greenville; Richard K. Redwine, ]S[ashville; Zeno Wall, 
Goldsboro, First ; W. L. Griggs, North Wilkesboro ; H. A. 
Howard, French Broad Avenue, Asheville ; J. P. Essex, Jack- 
son; E. B. Dillard, Union Mills; W. M. Wilson, East Flat 
Rock, Hendersonville. 

At this point R. B. Clodfelter and little son sang "Jesus 
Lover of My Soul." 

W. A. Ayers then preached the annual sermon using as 
his theme, "Some Mountain Peaks of the Gospel," based oi^ 
I Corinthians 15:3-4, after which C. C. Haymore led in 
prayer. "My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less," was sung. 

M. L. Kesler read the Report on the Hospital. Gilbert T. 
Stephenson read the certificate of incorporation of the North 
Carolina Baptist Hospital. (See Appendix D.) J. Clyde 
Turner addressed the Convention on "The Place of the Hos- 
pital in the Program of the Baptists of North Carolina." 

Vice-President Stephenson introduced the new superin- 
tendent of the Hospital, G. T. Lumpkin, who outlined the 
mission of the new Hospital. R. B. Clodfelter sang, "The 
World Is Dying for a Little Bit of Love." 

After an amendment by W. C. Barrett, striking out the 
phrase "upon recommendation of the Board," the report on 
the Hospital, including the certificate of incorporation was 
adopted. 

The following resolution, introduced by R. J. Bateman, 
was adopted : 
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18 2^. C. Baptist State Convention 

HOSPITAL DAY 

Whe7-eas, We have felt that we had the example and commission 
of Jesus to enter the service of healing, and 

Whereas, This Hospital work has become an integral part of our 
denominational program, and 

Whereas. We recognize the imperative need of adopting some 
adequate plan of laying this work upon the hearts of our people, 
and at the same time giving them an opportunity to properly in- 
form themselves concerning it; 

Therefore be it Resolved, First. That we the Baptist State Con- 
vention of North Carolina hereby request the Southern Baptist Con- 
vention to set apart a special day in our denominational calendar, 
which shall be known as "Hospital Day." 

Second. That whereas "Mothers Day" seems suggestive of this 
wonderful work, we request that the day now celebrated as "Mothers 
Day" be the day used for presenting this great question of healing, 
succor and service to humanity. 

Third. That we suggest that our Sunday School Board be re- 
quested to prepare the literature and programs for the observance 
of these days as mentioned. 

Fourth. That this Convention pledge itself now to cooperate in 
this great work — and hereby set apart the day mentioned in our 
calendar of Special Days, as "Hospital Day," and call upon the 
Board in charge to see that such a day is observed. 

Fifth. That we call upon The Biblical Recorder, Charity and 
Children, the State JMission Board and the Woman's Missionary 
Union to aid in thus presenting this great question to the people. 

R. J. Bateman. 

On motion of T. J. Taylor, the Convention adjonrned, 
after prayer by C. K. Henderson. 

WEDXESDAY— MoRxixG Session 

After a song- service W. C. Meadows led in prayer. 

The Secretary read the proceedings of Tuesday's sessions. 

A telegram of gi-eetings from the N^orth Carolina students 
at the Baptist Bible Institute and a letter from the Xorth 
Carolina students at the Southwestern Theological Seminary 
were read. 



Minutes of Session 1922 19 

L. Johnson read the following report of the committee on 
receiving- into this body two associations of Robeson Indians : 

ROBESON INDIANS 

On Thursday, November 16, we, the members of the committee 
appointed at the session of the Convention last year to consider a 
memorial from the Robeson Indians, met in the town of Lumberton. 
By previous arrangement we went to an Indian church eight miles 
from Lumberton, at which place we were met by a large delegation 
from the Burnt Swamp and the Eastern Carolina Associations. C. H. 
Durham was requested to preside at this meeting. 

C. H. Durham stated the object of the meeting and gave oppor- 
tunity for any of the Indians who desired to do so to make state- 
ments. Several spoke saying they were anxious for a closer alliance 
with the white Baptists of the State in order that they might re- 
ceive from them help in the way of instruction along missionary and 
educational lines, and all departments of church work. They said 
they desired to cooperate with some State body of Baptists and for 
that reason presented their memorial to the last Convention. The 
committee did not render their decision at that meeting, but after- 
ward they agreed to submit the following as their report to the 
Convention. 

We recommend: 

First. That we assure our brethren, the Baptist Indians of Robe- 
son County, that we sympathize with them in their work and are 
willing to aid them in every possible way. 

Second. We are assured by those who have charge of the several 
departments of our work that they will be glad to provide institutes 
and training schools to be held at central points in the associations 
of the Robeson Indians. 

Third. That because of a change that will be necessary in the 
constitution, and for the further reason that complications might arise 
in regard to the organizations of other Baptist Indians in the South 
we do not think it best that members of the Indian race be received 
as messengers to our Convention. 

We feel confident that our Convention would be glad to receive a 
fraternal messenger from the Robeson County Indians and that he, 
if sent, will be given a few minutes in which to speak to the Conven- 
tion about the work of his people. 

In closing this report we desire to express our gratification at 
the progress the Baptist Indians of Robeson County are making. 



20 X. C. Baptist State Coxvextiox 

They are establishing and patronizing schools and are deeply inter- 
ested in the work of our denomination. 

We hereby express to the Home Board our appreciation of their 
appointment of J. K. Henderson as missionary to the Robeson In- 
dians. Brother Henderson is eminently fitted for this work and has 
been cordially welcomed by the people to whom he has been sent. 

LiVIXGSTOX JOHXSOX, 

C. H. Durham, 
P. Hedgpeth. 

Coynmittee. 

John T. Christian, chairman of the Historical Commission, 
of the Sonthern Baptist Convention, made a statement about 
the work of his commission in Xorth Carolina. 

W. It. Cullom read the following report of the !N'orth Caro- 
lina Historical Commission, which was adopted: 

REPORT OF BAPTIST HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

Your Commission appointed one year ago to begin the work of 
collecting and tabulating material for a History of North Carolina 
Baptists on behalf of the Convention has not done as much as it had 
hoped when it was appointed. We have made a beginning, however, 
and sincerely trust that at this meeting the Convention will do what 
it can to encourage this important task. 

The Commission met in Greensboro on June 13 and organized by 
recognizing J. T. Alderman as chairman and electing W. R. Cullom 
as secretary. In its effort to find itself, the Commission declared the 
following to be its purposes and methods: 

1. Purposes. (1) To collect, tabulate and preserve anything that 
will contribute toward the making of a complete history of the 
Baptist people of North Carolina; (2) to create and foster an ap- 
preciation of our Baptist history in the State and bring our people 
to cooperate in every practical way in collecting and preserving 
such matter as will help in realizing the purposes of the Commis- 
sion; (3) to encourage proper memorials for worthy Baptists who 
pass away amongst us; (4) to encourage and help our church 
clerks in the matter of preserving the history of their respective 
churches. 

2. Methods. With a view to carrying out these purposes, the Com- 
mission proposes to proceed as follows: (1) To secure and record as 
far as possible the recollections of our older brethren and sisters; 



Minutes of Session 1922 21 

(2) to get the students in our schools to investigate and write the 
history of local churches and the important individuals connected 
with these churches. All documents of this sort that shall be ac- 
cepted by the Commission will be reported to the Convention in its 
annual report; (3) to secure original church records, biographies 
of men and women who have served in important places in the work 
of the denomination, to secure copies of early Baptist periodicals 
and such volumes from private libraries as are related in any 
way to our work; (4) to urge every association in the State to 
appoint a historian and that this Commission cooperate in every 
practicable way with the historian in the execution of his task; 
(5) to get the historian of each association to collect and preserve 
a complete file of the minutes of his association; (6) to ask the 
Recorder to cooperate with the Commission in every way possible. 
(7) Appreciative mention was made of the work done by C. C. 
Pearson and Mrs. Ethel Taylor Crittenden at Wake Forest, and they 
were requested to continue that work in cooperation with our 
Commission. 

The Commission has sent to Wake Forest during the year the 
Sheet's collection in which is quite a number of valuable books 
and papers; several old church records have been collected and are 
in the hands of the Commission ready to be deposited; Major 
Graham has sent in some valuable material from the Sandy Creek 
section; several interesting collections of letters, documents, records 
and such like have been located and your Commission is hoping 
that all of these and many others may soon be in the hands of the 
denomination. 

Our Commission would urge the pastors of our churches to begin 
at once producing a history of their respective churches and have 
this history filed with the Commission. 

The Centennial of our Convention is only eight years off. Our 
Commission would record it as the conviction that a complete history 
of the Convention should be produced and published before 1930. We 
hope the Convention will give us instruction as to ways and means 
looking toward this end. 

J. T. Alderman, 
W. A. Graham, 
C. J. Black, 
A. I. Justice, 

W. R. CULLOM, 

Committee. 



22 N, C. Baptist State Convention 

Victor I. Masters, Editor of the Western Becord, was intro- 
duced to the Convention by Editor Livingston Johnson and 
made a statement about his paper. 

M. L, Kesler read the Orphanage Report. (See Appendix 
E.) M. L. Kesler, W. C. Barrett and R. L. Lemons spoke on 
the report. 

President F. P. Hobgood, for the Board of Trustees of the 
Orphanage, presented the name of T. P. Pruett, Hickory, 
as successor to C. W, Mitchell, deceased, as trustee. His 
election was ratified. 

The following committees were announced : 

Committee to Nominate Hospital Board: Stephen Mcln- 
tyre, L. R. Pruett, Benjamin Sorgee, J, A. Ellis, A. Wayland 
Cook, E. E. Sams, J. M. Alderman. 

To Nominxite Boards and StaTiding Committees: Charles 
H. Durham, T. J. Taylor, G. A. Martin, A. A. Butler, Sant- 
ford Martin, S. W. Bennett, J. M. Arnette, R, L. Moore, 
W. R. Cullom, J. Y. Joyner, W. C. Barrett, W. R. Brad- 
shaw. 

The special order. State Missions, having arrived. Secretary 
Charles E. Maddry addressed the Convention on the work 
of his Board, after which he called upon several of his co- 
workers to speak along the line of their special departments. 
A. C. Hamby discussed some of the problems of country 
churches ; a letter from Elliot 'R. Stewart, missionary and 
only Baptist pastor in Hyde County, was read ; H. B. Hines, 
missionary and only Baptist pastor in Dare County, spoke; 
Robert Randolph, enlistment man for five Western Associa- 
tions, spoke of his work in the mountains; J. Abner Snow 
emphasized the need of church extension ; M. A. Adams and 
Theo. B. Davis emphasized work among the prisoners ; G. A. 
Martin also spoke. 

Frank H. Leavell, Memphis, Secretary of Inter-Board 
Student Activities of the Southern Baptist Convention, 
spoke in the interest of his work. 



Minutes of Session 1922 23 

C. C. Smith, in behalf of F. M. Jordan, a veteran mission- 
aiy of the Convention, presented the Convention a gavel made 
from the house in which he was born. A free will offering 
amounting to $103.45 was taken for Brother Jordan, and 
Brother Smith was authorized to bear this gift together with 
the love of the Convention to Brother Jordan. 

Charles E, Maddrv offered the following resolution relative 
to the Re-location of Meredith Colleger 

RE-LOCATION OF MEREDITH COLLEGE 
Whereas, The Board of Trustees of Meredith College composed 
of twenty-three men and two women elected by this Convention to 
whom the Convention intrusted the direction and administration of 
the affairs of Meredith College, believing that the time had now 
^ome in the growth and development of the college when it was 
imperatively necessary to secure a new and larger site where the 
college might grow into a greater institution worthy of the support 
and the enthusiastic devotion of a great denomination; 

And Whereas, The Board of Trustees acting under authority dele- 
gated them by the Convention and for the best interest of Mere- 
dith College, after painstaking and careful investigation, selected 
an ideal and commanding site containing 130 acres within one-half 
mile of the western limits of the City of Raleigh; 

Therefore, Be it resolved by the Baptist State Convention of 
North Carolina in Convention assembled in the City of Winston- 
Salem on December 13, 1922, that we do hereby endorse and con- 
firm the action of the Board of Trustees of Meredith College in the 
choice and selection of the site known as the Tucker Farm on which 
site they propose and plan to build a greater Meredith College. 

Charles E. Maddry. 

Charles E. Maddrj spoke on the resolution. After singing 
"Amazing Grace," President Charles E. Brewer spoke in 
behalf of the site selected by the Trustees of Meredith at 
Method. . 

A. Paul Bagby spoke to the resolution, offering a substi- 
tute to the effect that Wake Forest and Meredith Colleges 
be united under the plan of coordinate education. 



24 !N^. C, Baptist State Convention 

On motion, the time is extended five minutes. W. C. Bar- 
rett spoke on the resolution. On motion, the discussion is 
to be continued in the afternoon session. 

After prayer bv L. Johnson, adjourned. 

WEDISTESDAY— Afternoon Session 

A. J. Smith conducted the devotional services, reading and 
commenting on Col. 2 :l-7. 

O. E. Brvan, Atlanta, Baptist Home Mission Board, and 
E. Walter Sikes, President Coker College, South Carolina, 
were recognized as visitors. 

The special order, the continuation of the discussion on 
the Meredith College resolution, was taken up, W. C. Barrett 
spoke. On motion of M. A. Adams, the time is extended 
thirty minutes and the speeches limited to five minutes. Later 
the time was extended indefinitely till the matter is settled. 

After an amendment to the substitute resolution offered 
by T. J. Taylor and further discussion by J. J. Hurt, Charles 
E. Maddry, A. P. Bagby, G. W. Paschal, T. W. O'Kelley, 
J. Y. Joyner, K. E. Powell, C. E. Brewer, H. T. Stevens 
and A. P. Bagby, the two substitute resolutions were lost, and 
the original resolution offered by Charles E. Maddry was 
adopted practically unanimously. The Convention sang 
''Blest Be the Tie That Binds," \and F. P. Hobgood led in 
prayer. 

W. E. Abernathy, who has recently come to us from the 
Methodist ministry, is recognized by the Chair. 

On motion of J. A. Campbell the program is continued, 
each object to receive the time originally allotted. Later, 
on motion of R. J. Bateman, the discussion of the B. Y. P. 
U. is limited to 40 minutes, and the Baptist Foundation and 
the "W. M. U. are limited to 20 minutes each. 

Secretary Perry Morgan spoke on B. Y. P. U. work and 
called on Miss Elma Leigh Farabow, the Junior B. Y. P. U. 
secretary, to speak of her department. Pastors H. G. Bryant 



Minutes of Session 1922 25 

and W. G. Hall and Evangelist W. G. Hughes spoke of the 
value of the B. Y. P. U. 

W. :N". Jones read the following report of the Baptist Foun- 
dation : 

REPORT OF THE NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION. 

This is the third annual report to the Convention made by the 
Foundation. A detailed statement of what kas been done during the 
year is contained in the report of the Secretary, Brother Gilbert 
T. Stephenson, which is herewith transmitted to the Convention. 
As stated in the Secretary's report, during the year seven wills 
and one trust agreement have been reported to him in which gifts 
to the work of the denomination through the Foundation have been 
made, the value of which is estimated to be $200,000.00. Since com- 
ing to this Convention we have been notified of the execution of 
another will in which a gift of $10,000 is made to one of our 
JJapti&t Schools. 

In accomplishing the work of the year as reported, the Foundation 
has made no unusual pressure but has sought simply to let our 
people know the purposes of the Foundation and its readiness to be 
used in the work of the denomination. We believe that all that is 
necessary is to let the people know the scope and work of the 
Foundation and it will come to be largely used. The Foundation 
is trying to let the people know what the Foundation is designed 
to do. "We intend to continue our efforts in this direction. We call 
attention to the fact that other States and other denominations 
are taking notice of the North Carolina Foundation and are taking 
steps to secure the advantages of such an agency in carrying forward 
their work. 

The committee reports that pursuant to the directions of the 
Baptist State Convention the funds of the Old Ministers' Relief Board 
have been turned over during the year to the Foundation, amount- 
ing to $34,637.39, and the income from the same is being trans- 
mitted twice yearly by the Secretary of the Foundation to the 
Board of Annuities of the Southern Baptist Convention. 

We are glad to note now at the end of the third year since the 
Foundation was established, as shown by the Secretary's report, 
that it has in hand in cash and securities $36,637.37 and has been 
notified of gifts in wills executed and one trust agreement amount- 
ing to $300,000.00. The committee considers this a fine showing and 
rejoices that it can make this statement in so short a time. The 
work already done justifies a bright future for the work of the 
Foundation. 



26 N. C. Baptist State Convention 

We invite a careful consideration to the suggestions and detailed 
statement of what has been accomplished by the Foundation during 
the year as contained in the report of Fhe Secretary. 

W. N. Jones, 
Gilbert Stephenson, 

R. H. RiGGSBEE, 
C. H. WiNHAM, 

T. F. Pettus, 

Foundation Committee. 

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY 

To the Board of Directors of The North Carolina BaiHist Founda- 
tion, Incorporated: 

As Secretary of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Incor- 
porated, I am pleased to submit my second annual report, as follows: 

What had been accomiMshed up to the beginning of the present 
fiscal year. 

Up to the beginning of the present fiscal year, as shown in my 
last report, the Foundation had received in present gifts $2,000 and 
in gifts by will $102,400, making a total of $104,400 received in 
possession or expectancy. These gifts by will were contained in 
twenty wills. 

What has been accomplished during the present fiscal year. During 
the present fiscal year the Secretary has been notified of the 
execution of seven wills and one trust agreement in which there 
were gifts to the Foundation. The present value of these gifts, as 
nearly as it can be estimated at this time, is $200,000. There is. 
of course, no possible way of telling what will be the actual value of 
these gifts when the trust is terminated and the wills probated, 
for the estates may increase or diminish in the meantime, or the 
wills may be changed. But if these gifts were realized at this time 
it is estimated that the Foundation would have, at least, ?200,000 re- 
sulting from them. 

In addition to these gifts in expectancy, the Foundation has re- 
ceived during the year a fund of $34,637.39 from Brother R. H. 
Riggsbee, Treasurer of the Aged Ministers' Relief Fund, under the 
instructions of the Baptist Convention, which it is now holding 
in perpetual trust to pay the income to the Board of Annuity and 
Relief of the Southern Baptist Convention. Remittances of income 
are made on April and October first of each year; on the first of 
October, this year, it sent Dr. William Lunsford, Corresponding 



Minutes of Session 1922 27 

Secretary of the Board of Annuity and Relief $1,051.10 and here- 
after expects to send him as much or more of accumulated income 
semi-annually. One thousand dollars of the fund is subject to an 
annuity which will be paid to the donor during her lifetime. 

Sumvmry of what has been accomplished by the Foundation up to 
this time. At the end of its second year of existence, the Foundation 
reports that it has received $36,637.39 in funds actually in posses- 
sion, $1,000 of which it has paid over to the Baptist Hospital Com- 
mission in accordance with the terms of the gift, $1,000 in the 
shape of a Liberty Bond, it is still holding as an undesignated gift, 
and $34,637.39 of which it is holding in perpetual trust for the aged 
ministers. It has been notified of the execution of 27 wills and one 
trust agreement in which gifts have been made to the Foundation 
amounting to $300,400 (estimated present value). 

Foundation Activities Elsewhere. It may be recalled that at the 
first general conference about the Foundation, the one held in 
Raleigh on December 15, 1919, Colonel F. H. Fries, present at the 
conference by special invitation, remarked that the conference was 
historical in the life of the Baptist denomination in that for the 
first time in the history of any denomination steps were being 
taken to assemble an enormous fund for the general objects of a 
denomination. His remark was prophetic. Already, the Southern 
Presbyterian Church has named a committee to consider the estab- 
lishment of a Presbyterian Foundation. Among the Methodists the 
matter of a Methodist Foundation has been discussed by individual 
Methodists but no definite action has yet been taken in the General 
Conference. Among the Baptists, at the last session of the General 
Association of Virginia, the Virginia Baptist Foundation was created. 
Steps are being taken in Alabama and Georgia in the same direction. 
Inquiries about the North Carolina Foundation have come from, 
at least, one of the leading laymen of the Northern Baptist Con- 
vention. 

Suggestions for the Future. At the last meeting of the Board the 
Secretary was authorized to have prepared a series of twelve book- 
lets about the Foundation to be mailed, one a month, to the Baptist 
pastors and laymen. This has not been done for the simple reason 
that there was no undesignated income out of which the expense of 
printing and mailing the booklets could be paid, and he Secretary 
did not feel justified in asking the Fiscal Agent of the Foundation 
still further to increase the overdraft it has been carrying on account 
of expenses incurred last year and the year before. But the Sec- 
retary is of the opinion still that the series of booklets should be pre- 
pared and mailed out to the Baptist pastors and lawyers, and also 



28 X, C. Baptist State Convextion 

to the Baptist men and women who may be expected to make gifts 
by will to the Foundation. While it would not be proper for the 
Foundation to make an appeal for gifts to any special Baptist object, 
still all our Baptist institutions, agencies, and interests are profit- 
ing and stand to profit still more by the activities of the Foundation. 
It is suggested, therefore, that the leading Baptist institutions such 
as the Orphanage, Wake Forest, Meredith, Board of Missions, Foreign 
Mission Board, be asked to contribute out of their funds enough to 
bear their proportionate part of the expense of printing and mail- 
ing out the booklets and that they be given the privilege of enclosing 
a leaflet making a special appeal for their institution or agency. 
If, for instance, the Foreign Mission Board, contributed to the ex- 
pense of printing and mailing these booklets, it should have the 
privilege of enclosing a special appeal to the Foundation's list of 
prospects for foreign missions. 

Some Encouraging Signs. Two verj' encouraging signs about the 
Foundation have been discerned this year. The first is that the 
Baptists over the State are beginning to notify the Secretary of the 
execution of wills in which gifts to the Foundation have been made. 
The largest gift of the year to the Foundation came as the result of 
the activity of a country pastor. Another considerable gift came 
as the result of the activity of a Baptist lawyer living in a rather 
remote county. The second sign of encouragement is that men are 
beginning to put tithing into their wills. That is, they are tithing 
their income during life and tithing their estates in their wills. 
If this is done on a large scale, not only will our denomination in 
the course of time have a fund adequate for a greatly enlarged 
program but the estates of our Baptist people will serve a noble 
purpose in Kingdom enterprises. 

The Xced of the Foundation. The supreme need of the Foundation 
is for somebody to take its message to the Baptists of North Carolina. 
It is the conviction of your Secretary, based largely upon experience, 
that in a vast majority of cases, if the matter is called to the at- 
tention of a Baptist of means when he is preparing his will, he will 
gladly include some gift, large or small, to the Foundation. More- 
over, he will thank you for calling it to his attention. The two classes 
of our people with whom the subject of wills is oftenest discussed 
are pastors and lawyers. If the Baptist pastors and Baptist lawyers 
of the State will thoroughly familiarize themselves with the lit- 
erature about the Foundation and, then, will drop the suggestion, 
when a will is under discussion, of a gift to the Foundation, gifts 
to Baptist objects and to the Baptist cause in general will flow in a 



Minutes of Session 1922 29 

veritable stream through the Foundation into God's storehouse. Let 
us, therefore, leave no way closed for getting the message to the 
people. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GrLBERT Stephenson, 

Secreta7'y. 

After discussion by Gilbert T. Stephenson and K. L. Mc- 
Millan, the report was adopted. 

E. J. Bateman read the following report on "Woman's 
Work, which, after discussion by K. J. Bateman, was 
adopted : 

WOMAN'S WORK 

If North Carolina Baptists should be called upon to take stock of 
its Kingdom assets, the Woman's Missionary Union would be among 
our most valuable and faithful possessions. 

This organization began its work in 1886 and as these years have 
passed, they have made substantial increase in their work, 32 years 
out of the 36 — thus with but 4 exceptions, every year has resulted 
in increase in their work. Can any other organization accept such 
a challenge of progressive activity and stand beside them in this 
wonderful history of progress? 

These 36 years in the history of North Carolina Baptist women, 
have been years of great progress and out of their small possessions, 
they have always given largely. Beginning in January 1, 1886, and 
ending February 1, 1922, this organization gave $1,485,341.63. This 
is phenomenal when we remember that they began with the opposi- 
tion and have continued with the indifference of so many of our 
pastors throughout the years, some lasting even until now. It is 
most unusual at this advanced period of their history to find one pas- 
tor who would oppose their work. 

They have pushed their line of activity over the State, from the 
sea to the mountains. There are 66 Baptists associations in North 
Carolina. These tireless workers have organized their work in 56 
of them. In these 56 associations, they have 2,112 societies, having 
gained 264 new organizations. Their efforts at making their work 
interesting and helpful have been rewarded by having 39,491 of our 
finest women to join and cast their lots of service with them. 

North Carolina women lead the South in its Young People's Work, 
so far as gifts are concerned, both the Sunbeams and Y. W. A.'s. 
They reported the largest amounts contributed of any State at the 



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Jacksonville' Convention. Among the States of the South, even 
though many of them are larger, richer and have numbers of large 
cities to swell their columns, yet the Woman's Work as a whole in 
North Carolina has fourth place in point of contributions in all the 
South. 

It would be needless for us to attempt to enumerate in this report 
the number of letters (circular and personal), postal cards, minutes, 
manuals, year books and other literature that have been mailed 
from their office. If these pieces were placed end to end, they 
would cover, literally miles of distance. Yet, all this work was done 
by their small group of workers. The officers of this Union have 
traveled more than 8,000 miles in the cultivation and advancing of 
this work, while the unsalaried superintendents of the associations 
have covered more than 13,000 miles, aiding in this same task, 
without money and without price. 

The great work of the Woman's Missionary Union has been mani- 
fold. They have kept interest in our mission work by the rising 
tide of information, gathered in their missionary study courses, 
which literally thousands of them have taken each year. They 
have kept the fires of inspiration glowing by their periods of prayer, 
observed throughout our territory, mentioning and praying for 
special interests and our field in general. As a result of this 
information and inspiration, the grace of stewardship has been born 
of their fervor, zeal and missionary passion. This great movement 
has been stressed in their work so that this year they report 2,598 
tithers, saying "this is but the beginning of this phase of our work." 

The inspirational reaction of the 75 Million Campaign is felt 
along every line of our work but none of us responded more mar- 
velously to this great movement than did the women of North 
Carolina. Their books will show that beginning May, 1919 to May 
1922, their contributions for these three years exceeded by the 
tremendous sum of $88,714.81 their gifts for the entire 33 years 
preceding the campaign. This is probably the largest forward 
movement taken by any of our organizations. 

In view of the foregoing, together with a vast service and un- 
counted results of this great movement, we would recommend to 
this Convention that we here express our united gratitude to God 
and these our co-workers, for all that has come in every way from 
their organization into our work along every line; that the Con- 
vention again affirm their pledge of aid and cooperation in any and 
every way to the end that still greater things may be accomplished 
by them. In their name, we would gratefully acknowledge all aid, 
cooperation and support afforded them from other sources, from 



Minutes of Session 1922 31 

the pastors of our State, the editors of The Biblical Recorder, 
Charity and Children; also to the daily press which has carried their 
programs and announcements and especially to the Corresponding 
Secretary of the Baptist State Convention for his faithful and 
tireless service to them and to all others who have by prayer oi 
kind words, in any way, aided them. 

Let it be the sentiment of this Convention that all among us 
"help these women who are laboring with us in the gospel." 

R. J. Bateman, 
For the Com^nittee. 

Adjourned, after prayer by G. Y. Tilley. 

WEDNESDAY— Evening Session 
After a song service, J. A. Campbell led in prayer. Euger.e 
Olive and James Kussell Bray rendered a dnet, "If Yon Love 
Him." 

Secretary Perry Morgan presented Gary G. Pridgen, Pres- 
ident of the State B. Y. P. U. Convention, who spoke in be- 
half of B. Y. P. U. work. 

The President called to the Chair T. W. O'Kelley, the 
member of the Foreig-n Mission Board from I^orth Carolina, 
to preside dnring the consideration of Foreign Mission^. 
After singing "Bringing in the Sheaves" and a prayer by 
W. C. Tyree, J. F. Love, Corresponding Secretary of the 
Foreign Mission Board, Richmond, was presented and ad- 
dressed the Convention on "The Extraordinary Call of tlie 
Hour." After the address, the following returned mission- 
aries, all from China, were called to the platform and recog- 
nized : D. W. Herring and wife, M. L. Braun and wife, Mrs. 
G. W. Green and Miss Pearl Johnson. 

After the singing of "It May ISTot Be On the Mountain's 
Height," B. W. Parham presented the following report of the 
committee on the report of the Board of Education : 
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION 
The Committee on Education begs to report as follows: 
1. That it has considered the report of the Board of Education of 
the Baptist State Convention as printed in the advance reports 
submitted to this Convention and recommends the adoption of that 
report. 



32 N. C. Baptist State Convention 

2. That the action of the Board of Education relative to the es- 
tablishment of a Junior College at Newbern, N. C, be adopted and 
the committee further recommend that this Convention take some 
proper action for the election or appointment of a Board of Trus- 
tees for the institution. 

3. That the action of the Board of Trustees with reference to 
the conversion of Wingate School into a Junior College be adopted. 

4. That the convention adopt the recommendation of the Board 
of Education in regard to the election of a Secretary of Student 
Activities. 

Benj. W. Pabham, 
J. E. Kirk, 
Q. C. Davis, 
W. C. Barrett, 

ComTnittee. 

After a special prayer by T. J. Taylor for our schools, 
Secretary R. T. Vann presented President William Louis 
Poteat, Wake Forest College, who addressed the Convention 
on "Christianity and Enlightenment." "All Hail the Power 
of Jesus ISTame," was sung. 

The motion of R. T. Yann that President Poteat be re- 
quested to reproduce his address to be put in tract form was 
carried. 

R. D. Carroll presented the following report on the Econ- 
omy Home, which was adopted : 

ECONOMY ORPHANS' HOME 
Your committee continued from the last session of our Conven- 
tion offers the following report: 

Worthy as we regard the work being done at Piedmont Springs, 
near Kings Creek, S. C, by the manager, J. H. Spaulding, we 
think we see many perplexing difficulties that could come in the 
future from a joint ownership of such property for such a worthy 
and important work. We do not, therefore, regard the joint owner- 
ship of that fine property as the wise thing for this Convention 
to do. 

W. R. Bradshaw, 
T. J. Taylor, 
R. D. Carroix. 

Committee. 



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Charles E. Maddrv presented L. R. Scarborough, Fort 
Worth, Texas, 

On motion, adjourned after prayer by R. B, Lineberry. 

THURSDAY— Morning Session 
After a song service and prayer by G. T. Mills, W. K. 
Collins read and commented on Luke 6 :46-49. Prayer by 
J. M. Kester. 

The proceedings of Wednesday's sessions were read. 
John A. Gates made the following report of the com- 
mittee on a permanent location of a Seaside Assembly, which 
was adopted : 

THE BAPTIST SEASIDE ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE 
First, That the committee recommends that a Baptist Seaside 
Assembly be held at Morehead City, 1923, preferably the latter part 
of June. 

Second, That Morehead City has offered such sites and other in- 
ducements as to make this location most acceptable, in the event 
the Convention shall establish a permanent assembly, and we rec- 
ommend that a permanent assembly be established. 

Third, That no investment be made for the 1923 assembly session 
for permanent improvement. 

Fourth, That this report be referred, by this Convention, to the 
Board of Missions with full power to act. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John A. Oates, Chairman, 
Lee McB. White, Secretary. 
For the Commiittee. 

W. C. Meadows introduced the following resolution, 
which was adopted : 

Resolved, That this Convention commend Wake Forest College 
in its present policy expressed in the above address by President 
Poteat endorsing the Bible truth as a basis of faith. And we are 
glad to be assured by the Board of Trustees that this policy will be 
continued. 

W. C. Meadows. 
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The special order, Sunday Schools, having arrived, Secre- 
tary E. L. Middleton addressed the Convention on the work 
of his department and called upon J, N". Barnette, one of his 
associates in the Sunday School Department, to speak on 
rural Sunday schools. E,. L. Moore spoke of the importance 
of Sunday School work in our schools and colleges ; E. E. Sul- 
livan spoke on "Country Sunday Schools ; R. L. Lemons, 
spoke on "Sunday School Work in the City." 

J. Clyde Turner read the following report on the report of 
the Board of Missions, which, after discussion by E. L, Mid- 
dleton, Charles E. Maddry, and an amendment by E. E. 
Bomar, striking out item three, was adopted : 

REPORT OF BOARD OF MISSIONS 
As we read the record of the marvelous j^ear's work, accomplished 
in the face of many difflcultles and discouragements, we are pro- 
foundly grateful to our God for his blessings upon us. And we 
wish to express our hearty appreciation of the untiring efforts of 
our corresponding secretary and his loyal co-workers. 

Your committee brings the following recommendations concerning 
the report of the State Board of Missions. 

1. That recommendations 1, 3 and 5 of the report be approved. 

2. While we heartily favor religious work among the prisoners of 
the State, we do not feel that the time is ripe for the employment 
of a full-time evangelist for this field. We recommend that the 
Board, at whatever expense it may deem necessary, endeavor to 
enlist the local pastors and churches for this work. This is a fine 
field for organized classes and Baptist Young People's Unions. 

3. We recommend that the Board of Missions be instructed to co- 
operate with the Forest Avenue Church, Greensboro, in providing 
for the religious needs of the Baptist students in North Carolina 
College for Women. 

4. Since a special committee has been appointed by the Convention 
to consider and report on the Seaside Assembly, we make no rec- 
ommendation on this subject. 

5. We desire to remind the churches of the Convention that the 
amount set aside for a building fund is only $5,000 per year, and 
that first calls must receive first consideration. Therefore it is 
impossible for our Secretary to aid many churches that make ap- 



Minutes of Session 1922 35 

plication for help from this fund, unless the Convention provides a 

larger fund for that purpose. 

W. A. Smith. 
E. R. Nelsox, 
Braxton Craig, 
J. S. Snider, 
J. Clyde Turner, 

Committee. 

Stephen McTiityre read the report of the committee to nom- 
inate the Board of Trustees of the North Carolina Baptist 
Hospital, which was adopted. (See list of Boards.) 

J. E, Welsh read the following report of the committee on 
the Chapel Hill Church, which was adopted : 

REPORT OP CHAPEL HILL, CHURCH COMMITTEE 
We, your Committee on the Building of 'the Chapel Hill Church, 
submit herewith a report of the progress of the enterprise. Acting 
under instructions given by the last Convention, the State Mission 
Board borrowed from the Commercial National Bank, Raleigh, N. C 
the sum of $50,000.00 to be paid back in five annual installments 
of $10,000.00 each, together with interest. 
"We tabulate, below, the status of the enterprise to date: 

Loan from Commercial National Bank $50,000.00 

Amount promised by the State Mission Board 30,000.00 

Amount subscribed by the Chapel Hill Church 14,000.00 

Gifts from Mrs. W. O. Allen and B. Rich ($1,000 each) 2,000.00 



$96,000.00 



Acting under instructions from this Convention at its last session 
we made application to the Home Board for a gift of $30,000.00 to 
match the gift by the State Mission Board. In lieu of the gift the 
Home Board has offered to make a loan, underwritten by the State 
Mission Board for the sum of $30,000.00. We recommend that this 
loan be accepted for the present, and that this Convention urgently 
request the Home Mission Board to make a gift of $30,000.00 for 
this enterprise as soon as their financial condition will permit. 

The following amounts have been paid in on the enterprise: 

Loan from the Commercial National Bank $50,000.00 

Paid by the State Mission Board 17,230.00 



36 'N. C. Baptist State Convention 

Paid by local Church 9,184.00 

Paid by Mrs. Allen and B. Rich 2,000.00 



Total paid in $78,414.00 

The church will cost, furnished without pipe organ, $120,000.00. 

J. Elwood Welsh, 

F. P. HOBGOOD, 

CoLLiEK Cobb, 
Charles E. Maddry, 

Comynittee. 

Charles E. Macldrr read tlie following report on the 75 
Million Reinforcement Campaign: 

THE 75 MILLION REINFORCEMENT CAMPAIGN 
North Carolina Baptists have completed three full years of the 75 
Million Campaign. Acting with the other States of the Southern 
Baptist Convention and by instruction of your Mission Board, at a 
called meeting on September 19-, we launched a vigorous and well 
organized Reinforcement Campaign, your Corresponding Secretary 
was made director; A. C. Hamby, associate director; Perry Morgan, 
B. Y. P. U. director; ^liss Mary Warren, W. M. U. director and 
Walter M. Gilmore, publicity director. We wish to pay full tribute 
to these earnest, faithful co-workers who, for two months, turned 
aside in large way from their regular duties, and with sp'.endid 
devotion and untiring effort helped us carry through the Reinforce- 
ment Campaign. We wish to acknowledge, with especial gratitude, 
the valuable and efficient service rendered by Pastor Walter M. 
Gilmore, of Sanford, as director of publicity. He did much through 
the Recorder and the public press of North Carolina to inform the 
people and enlighten the public generally on the work of the cam- 
paign and the growth and achievement of the Baptist people. He 
wrote hundreds of letters and kept the press of the State fully in- 
formed about the development of the campaign. In addition to his 
valuable service rendered in the publicity department he, along 
with the other directors, assisted in visiting associations and pre- 
senting the work wherever possible. Taken all in all, no man ever 
had more faithful, efficient, loyal and devoted helpers associated 
with him in the Lord's work. The faithful, overworked helpers in 
the office have rendered efficient and enthusiastic service in the in- 
terests of the campaign. 



Minutes of Sessiois^ 1922 37 

In many ways the campaign has been a wonderful success. It 
informed, inspired and re-inspired our people everywhere. We can- 
not say with any degree of accuracy as to the number of new 
pledges secured, but reports to the office would indicate that a great 
many new pledges have been secured. We believe that the greatest 
good has come in the re-awakening of the people and the gathering 
lip anew of the minds and wills of our people to finish the task so 
gloriously started three years ago. 

In other reports to this Convention we have set forth the wonder- 
ful accomplishments of the 75 Million Campaign. In this report we 
will content ourselves with a bare statement of the financial results 
accomplished during these three years, and a statement of the 
outlook for the future. 

We submit herewith a report of receipts of the 75 Million Cam- 
paign for the three years since we took the pledges: 

Amount collected from May, 1919 and 1920 $1,399,868.63 

Amount collected 1921 924,145.49 

Amount collected 1922 966,940.75 

A grand total collected for the three years of the campaign of 
$3,290,954.87. 

North Carolina's quota for the five years was $6,140,000.00. North 
Carolina's pledge for five years was $7,054,562.44. It will be seen 
that we lack $394,045.13 of reaching our quota for the three years, 
while we lack $931,982.57 of reaching our pledge. Thus it will be seen 
that we will have to raise $1,700,000 each year for the next two 
years if North Carolina comes to the end of the five year period with 
our pledges paid. 

A Temporary Expedient 
The great World War and the unprecedented opportunity for 
Christian work by Baptists in practically all of the nations battling 
for democracy and the right for self-expression, called for such 
an increase in money and men, and for so immediate action that 
sufficient time was not available in which to plan a fixed and sure 
policy of finance, hence the 75 Million Campaign and the strenuous 
months of preparation and anxious years in securing the money 
pledged. A strong stimulus may be applied to a tree and induce 
great and rapid growth. But repeated a few times and the tree 
becomes top-heavy, refuses to bear fruit without the stimulus is 
repeated in constantly increased applications, and finally refuses 
to bear at all. The efforts to collect the pledges this year have 
been heart-breaking and nerve-racking. Another and better method 
of financing our Lord's work must be found, accepted and put into 



38 IST. C. Baptist State Convention 

operation at the end of this campaign period or we shall have 
to resort to the use of an increased stimulus in order to keep going 
the work already begun. 

We are the Lord's, and the work is His, the earth is the Lord's, 
and the fullness thereof. He gives the method of paying the money 
and the proportion for each one. The method is by the week, and 
the proportion is the tithe and offerings. No man or denomina- 
tion can offer a better, or has the right to substitute, another plan. 
If we will take our stewardship seriously, follow the Lord's plan 
and remit to the proper places, at least every month, the amounts 
paid in, there will be money enough, marvelous growth and great 
joy. 

Chables E. Maddey, 

Director. 

L. R. Scarborough, general director of the 75 Million Cam- 
paign of the Southern Baptist Convention, addressed the Con- 
vention on the marvelous achievements of the 75 Million 
Campaign during the past three years. Charles E. Maddry 
followed with an appeal to continue the campaign to a sue 
cessful consummation. "All Hail the Power of Jesus' iSTame" 
was sung, and Mrs. 'M. L. Braun sang "The Old Hugged 
Cross." ^ 

After making a statement about the Southern Baptist The- 
ological Seminary, Louisville, Ky., of which he is president, 
and other educational institutions, E. Y. Mullins addressed 
the Convention on "The Challenge of Europe to America." 

A motion made by J. J. Hurt to the eifect that the Board of 
Missions be instructed to grant Secretary Charles E. Maddry 
a leave of absence to attend the Baptist "World Alliance in 
Stockholm, Sweden, next summer and that they appropriate 
$500 to his expenses, was carried. 

J. J. Hurt suggested that Editor Livingston Johnson also 
be sent to the World Alliance. The Chair appointed J. J. 
Hurt to provide the means. A spontaneous offering broke 
out, led by Brother Hurt, some forty or more brethren pledg- 
ing $10 each to this fund. 



Minutes of Session 1922 39 

On motion of J. E. Jester, the love of the Convention is 
conveyed to H. A. Brown, the nestor of Baptist ministers in 
this city and who is unable to attend the sessions of this Con- 
vention. 

J. A. McKaughan made a statement about his work as 
chaplain of the Oteen Hospital for soldiers. 
Adjourned. 

THURSDAY — Afternoon Session 
After a song service, E. K. Redwine conducted the de- 
votional service, calling on J. E. Kirk for prayer, and read- 
ing I Cor. 3 :9-ll. I. M. Mercer led in prayer. 

M. L. Kesler read the following report on School of Ap- 
plied Stewardship : 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON SCHOOL OF APPLIED 
STEWARDSHIP 
There are increasing signs that the launching of a movement 
for establishing schools in our churches that extend the Sunday 
School into the week-days, that drill Christian stewardship into 
character and increase the actual earning power of Christians 
trained in the practice of stewardship is now opportune. In evi- 
dence of these conditions we would call attention to the following 
facts: 

1. There is reason to believe. we are in the dawn of a great re- 
vival in our churches of which vital stewardship is the keynote; 
a revival that will take the place, we hope, of so many campaigns. 

2. There is now starting a stream of literature on the week-day 
church school, which may yet saturate Christian thought and ac- 
tivity. 

3. Moreover, in the last three years there has been a wonderful 
growing and clearing of thought among North Carolina Baptists 
as to our own situation in these matters. 

Owing to uncertainty of economic conditions throughout our 
State and the country, the School of Applied Stewardship has not 
yet been opened; but your committee has done much preparatory 
work for it. 

The School of Applied Stewardship was tentatively located by the 
Convention at Badin a year ago with instructions to relocate it 



40 ]^. C. Baptist State Convention" 

elsewhere, if it seemed best to do so during this year. Acting on 
this instruction, your committee has finally located the school in 
Charlotte upon a joint invitation of Baptist churches of that city 
and a beginning has been made in the organization of this 
school. 

For two years a member of the committee, Walt N. Johnson, 
has given all the time and thought he could spare to this infant 
enterprise without a cent of compensation. Last July he was 
elected director to work without salary for the school in connection 
with his work as evangelist of vital stewardship among the 
Baptist churches of the South. Just when this work of steward- 
ship evangelism was opening in such a way over the South that 
it seemed clear it would both financially support the evangelist 
and help him to finance the School of Applied Stewardship, his 
health, never robust since his nerve collapse in the building of the 
Wake Forest Church, gave away again. So now it has become neces- 
sary for the support of the director of the school to be provided 
for to the extent that he will not be under necessity, either to give 
it up or to try to do the work of two men in order to carry it on. 

An executive committee appointed by our committee and com- 
posed of the Baptist pastors of Charlotte and of M. L. Kesler, 
and J. H. Highsmith, has recommended to our committee that ar- 
rangements be made for Walt N. Johnson, director, to give full time 
to this enterprise until there has been opportunity to get it going 
successfully. Now confined in a sanatorium, assured by his physi- 
cian that he may reasonably expect soon to be fit for service and 
gathering strength for his work, he will be ready to take up this 
work as soon as he is ready to enter active life again. 

Your committee recommends: 

1. That the Convention reaffirm its action of last year (p. 18-f). 
That Board of Missions and Board of Education, with whatever 
help the Sunday School Board may be induced to give this enter- 
prise, be instructed to put aside an amount sufficient to guarantee 
any deficit in the salary of one Christian Educator and expenses of 
necessary investigations and publicity. This arrangement is to 
hold during the infancy of this enterprise. During the year on 
this proposition $38.15 has been spent for printing. 

'?.. That opening of the first annual session of the School of Ap- 
plied Stewardship be set for September 3, 1923. and the period for 
the entrance and adjustment of students be extended from Janu- 
ary to August, 1923. 



Minutes of Session 1922 41 

3. That the School of Applied Stewardship be committed to a 
committee of seven appointed by the Baptist State Convention, 
who can conveniently meet in Charlotte, with power to increase its 
own membership by electing into its membership any members it 
may see fit who have been nominated by the Executive Committee 
of their Association, or by adding to its membership one member 
from each church cooperating directly in the work of the school. 

Walt N. Johnsox, 
M. L. Kesler, 
T. F. Pettus, 
Gilbert Stephenso>'^, 
H. F. Brinsox, 
J. Clyde Tlt?ner, 

Committee. 

After a brief discussion by M. L. Kesler, A. C. Hambv 
and A. A, Butler, the report was adopted. 

I. J. Van N^ess, corresponding secretary of the Baptist 
Sunday School Board, J^ashville, Tenn., addressed the Con- 
vention on the work of his Board, 

Howard E. Frost, son of J. M. Frost, first corresponding 
secretary of the Sunday School Board, was introduced to the 
Convention, Bishop Edward Rondthaler and Pastor Phol, of 
the Moravian Church, and John Knox Hair, Granite Falls, 
S. C, were presented to the Convention. 

Livingston Johnson and Charles E. Maddry expressed 
their appreciation of the action of the Convention at the 
morning session in providing for their expenses to the ap- 
proaching session of the Baptist World Alliance. 

At the suggestion of C. C. Smith, and by unanimous con- 
sent of the Convention, $25 of the $103.45 offering made 
Wednesday morning to F. M. Jordan is appropriated to E. 
Allison, a veteran minister in the same section. 

C. H. Durham presented the report of the committee to 
nominate boards and standing committees. (See list of 
boards and standing committees.) 

Lee E. Scarborough, president of the Southwestern The- 
ological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas, and John T. Chris- 



42 ISr. C. Baptist State Convention 

tian, of the Baptist Bible Institute, Xew Orleans, La., spoke 
in behalf of their institutions. 

The Secretary read the following report of the committee 
on Place and Preacher: 

Place — First Church, Gastonia. 

Preacher — L. E. Pruett, Alternate, J. W. Kincheloe. 

After discussion by W. L, Griggs, who offered an amend- 
ment substituting iN'orth Wilkesboro for Gastonia, and W. C. 
Barrett and W, A. Ayers, the report was adopted. On motion 
of W. P. Burrell, the motion was made unanimous. 

On motion of R. T. Vann, the report of the Committee 
to nominate Boards and Standing Committees is referred 
back to the committee to reconsider the nominations of the 
Board of Education. 

P. T. Vann called the previous question on the pending 
report of the Committee on the report of the Board of Educa- 
tion. The call being sustained, the report was adopted. 

G. A, Martin gives notice that at the Convention a year 
hence he will offer a motion to change the constitution so that 
the Convention may meet a month earlier. 

On motion of Charles E. Brewer, adjourned. 

THURSDAY— EvExiNG Session 
After singing "He Leadeth Me" and prayer by P. L. 
Moore, W. C. Tyree read Mathew 6 :9-34 and made com- 
ments on same. W. P, Cullom led in prayer. 

The Chair invited C. H. Durham, member of the Baptist 
Home Mission Board from I^Torth Carolina, to preside during 
the discussion of Home Missions. O. E. Bryan, Enlistment 
Secretary Home Board and A. E. Brown, Superintendent De- 
partment of Mountain Schools, addressed the Convention on 
the work of their Board. 

W. P. Cullom urged the Convention to collect and send 
to him any historical matter that might be available for 
preservation in a fire proof vault at Wake Forest College. 



Minutes of Session 1922 43 

E. B. Earnshaw offered the names of J. E. Allen and J. C. 
Clifford as trustees of Wake Forest College to take the places 
of C. W. Wilson and C. W. Mitchell, both deceased. Their 
election was confirmed. 

President W. L. Poteat announced the gift of $2,500 re- 
ceived today from a brother and sister who are members of 
the Eirst Baptist Church of High Point to be used as a loan 
fund for ministerial students at Wake Eorest College. 

G. A. Martin offered the amended report of the Committee 
to nominate Boards and Standing Committees, which was 
adopted. (See list of Boards.) 

On motion of W. C. Barrett, B. W. Spilman was re-elected 
president of the Convention to preside at the 1923 session. 
President Spilman expressed his appreciation. 

Mrs. E. F. Cullom sang "Was Ever Loneliness Like His." 

R. T. Vann presided during the special order, Meredith 
College. After the reading of a paper on the place of the 
Junior College by F. P. Hobgood, W. E. Daniel offered the 
following resolution with reference to Oxford College, which 
was adopted: 

OXFORD COLLEGE 

Resolved, That we hear with pleasure of the continued pros- 
perity of Oxford College, and wish for F. P. Hohgood God-speed in 
his work. 

Resolved, Secondly, That we request the Board of Education to 
consider the advisability of taking over the college, and if they 
decide favorably, to report plans to the next session of this Con- 
vention. 

President Charles E. Brewer spoke in behalf of Meredith 
College, and presented R. J. Bateman, who addressed the 
Convention on "The Education of Women." 

On motion of Cliarles E. Brewer, a committee of seven is 
to be appointed from this body to cooperate with a like com- 
mittee from the Board of Trustees of Meredith College to 
consider ways and means of building greater Meredith, and 
report to this body a year hence. 



44 InT. C. Baptist State CoivvENTioisr 

A second motion by Charles E. Brewer prevailed to the ef- 
fect that the trustees of Meredith College he authorized to 
make preliminarv plans and arrangements for the new build- 
ings and present them to the next session of the Conven- 
tion. 

The Secretary read the following report of the Press Com- 
mittee, which was adopted: 

PRESS COIVIMITTEE 
Your Press Committee has continued the work of previous years 
as instructed by the last Convention. 

Reports of the sessions of the Convention have been furnished 
to the newspapers of Asheville, Charlotte, Wilmington, Greensboro, 
Raleigh and Winston-Salem, and in addition reports have been fur- 
nished the Associated Press both morning and evening. Assistance 
was also rendered the local newspapers. 

Your committee has been assured by the management of North 
Carolina newspapers that the work is appreciated and liberal 
space has been accorded the reports of the Convention. 

The expense of this work for the present session will not exceed 
?100 and your committee recommends that the State Mission 
Board be instructed to pay the expense, not to exceed $100. 

It is our opinion that the plan of the Convention with reference 
to this work be continued. 

T. W. Chambliss, 
John J. Hurt. 
Saxtfoed Martix, 

Com/mittee. 

On motion of Hugh Latimer, a committee of five is to be 
appointed to confer with the railroad authorities with ref- 
erence to granting reduced rates to the Convention without 
requiring 250 certificates to be presented. (See Standing 
Committees.) 

On motion of F. P. Hobgood, the Committee on Order of 
Business is authorized to arrange the program for next ses- 
sion to cover a period of three days. 

The Secretary read a telegram of greetings from A. L. 
Stephens, who is sick at the sanatorium, and is requested to 



Minutes of Session 1922 45 

make suitable response, assuring Brother Stephens of the 
sympathy and prayers of the Convention for his speedy re 
covery. 

On motion, adjourned after prayer by John K. Hair. 

FEIDAY — Morning Session 
"Come Ye That Love the Lord" was sung. Prayer by T. 
S. Crutchfield. E. F. Sullivan read and commented on I 
Cor. 12 :12-18. 

The proceedings of Thursday's sessions v^ere read. 

On motion of A. A. Butler, the time for miscellaneous 
business is extended ten minutes, and T. W. O'Kelley read 
the following resolutions passed upon by the Committee on 
Resolutions, which were adopted : 

RESOLUTIONS 
The Committee on Resolutions recommend that the following- 
resolutions be adopted: 

Resolved, That this Convention extends its sincere thanks to 
Messrs. Frank Vogler and son for the beautiful and valuable am- 
bulance presented to the Baptist Hospital located in this city. 

LimNGSTON Johnson. 

Whereas, In the general field of Social Service there seems to 
be an opening for a children's home as proposed by the proposi- 
tion at Forest City, which seems to offer a field as follows: 

First. To take care of motherless children whose fathers are 
unable to take care of them wholly, but would be willing to make 
partial contribution to their support. 

Second, Fathers who are financially able and desirous of paying 
the full expenses of their children if they could only place them 
under favorable and helpful surroundings, and 

Whereas, The work represented hitherto by Rev. 0. L. String- 
field has received the substantial endorsement of the citizens of 
Forest City, N. C, to the extent that they propose to put up $50,- 
000.00 for the erection of buildings predicated upon the endorse- 
ment of this Convention, therefore 

Be it Resolved, First, That the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina express its appreciation of the generous offer of the 
citizens of Forest City, N. C, in placing at the disposal of this work 
the above named sum of $50,000.00 for equipment. 



46 jST. C. Baptist State Convention 

Second, That we declare our interest and friendliness in this work 
and bid them God-speed. 

Third, That the Convention appoint a commission of three, whose 
duties shall be to consider the offer of Forest City, and make all 
other necessary investigations and report to the Convention next 
year. 

The following committee was appointed: W. K. Collins, W. C 
Barrett, W. 0. Riddick, J. F. Spainhour. 

COOPERATIVE EVANGELISM. 
Resolved. First. That the following Brethren, G. X. Cowan, C. W. 
Blanchard, L. R. Pruette, W. R. Bradshaw, R. J. Bateman, C. E. 
Maddry and A. C. Hamby, be appointed as a committee to name 
a cooperative superintendent of evangelism in each association in 
our State. 

Second. The duty of this cooperative superintendent shall be to 
see to it that at least one special evangelistic effort shall be under- 
taken in each church in his association during the coming year. 

T. W. O'Kelley. 
]\Ibs. Charles E. Maddby, 
I. M. IMercer, 
A. A. Pippin, 
W. 0. Riddick, 

Committee. 

T. W, Chambliss, chairmau of Press Committee, arose to 
a question of personal privilege with reference to a criticism 
of the press made on the floor of the Convention last night. 

J. M. Arnette read the report on Old Ministers' Relief and 
Annuity and spoke to his report. (See Appendix F.) 

Livingston Johnson read the report on Bihliral Recorder, 
(Appendix G) which was discussed bv L. John.'^on, Perrv 
Morgan, Theo. B. Davis, J, C. Canipe, J. S. Farmer and 
T. S. Crutchfield. 

C. W. Blanchard requested the appointment of R. T. Vann. 
Gilbert T. Stephenson and J. M. Parrott to cooperate with 
the trustees of the new Junior College at iJ^ew Bern in se- 
lecting the site and in the construction work of the college. 
This advisory committee was appointed. 

C. H. Durham reported the special Committee on Meredith 
College, Forest Citv proposition and transportation. (See 
Standing Committees.) 



Minutes of Session 1922 47 

President P, S. Vann addressed the Convention on Chowan 
College. 

J. T. Henderson, Corresponding Secretary of the Lay- 
men's Movement of the Southern Baptist Convention is re- 
ported as a visitor at the Convention. 

Secondarv Schools was discussed by C. M. Beach, W. R. 
Beach, R. T. Vann, A. E. Brown, W. R. Burrell, A. A. 
Butler, J. R. Jester. 

On motion of A. E. Bro"\vn, the following committee is ap- 
pointed to confer with the Board of Education with reference 
to providing ways and means of assisting ministerial students 
in our secondary schools: J. R. Jester, R. L. Moore, J. A. 
Campbell, G. A. Martin, W. R. CuUom. 

The Secretary read the report of the Committee on the 
Social Service Report. After discussion by E. C. Andrews, 
Theo. B. Davis and W. O. Riddick, it was adopted. 

REPORT ON SOCIAL SERVICE 

Your Committee on Social Service respectfully submits the fol- 
lowing: 

We recommend the adoption of the report on Social Service, sub- 
mitted by W. L. Poteat, and urge upon North Carolina Baptists the 
importance of cooperating with the oiRcers of the law in the en- 
forcement of the law and order. We recommend that the president 
of this Convention appoint a special committee to urge upon the 
members of the next General Assembly the enactment of more strin- 
gent laws for the enforcement of our prohibition laws. 

PRISON WORK 
We recommend the creation of the "Prison Work Department" 
under the direction of the State Mission Board, and that the Cor- 
responding Secretary be requested to bring this important work 
to the attention of all the pastors and urge them to give all possible 
attention to the work among the prisoners in the various penal 
institutions of the State. 

We most heartily commend the action and report of the "Com- 
mittee of One Hundred," which recently met in Greensboro to en- 
courage a survey of social conditions in penal and eleemosynary in- 
stitutions and endorse their report urging needed legislation. 



48 X. C. Baptist State Coxvextio:n' 

ORPHANAGE REPORT 

We rejoice in the marvelous development of our Orphanage work, 
under the devoted and capable leadership of M. L. Kesler. We 
desire to express our appreciation of the generous contributions made 
to the orphanage cause by our people during the past year, and 
commend their continued support through the years to come, just 
so long as the orphan cry is to be heard. 

We specially commend the plan of ^lothers' Aid, and we would 
call upon the pastors and officers of our Baptist churches to co- 
operate with the orphanage management in the efficient adminis- 
tration of this aid, and thus enable unfortunate mothers to provide 
the support and thus avoid breaking the home circle, and keep them 
at home under mothers' influence. 

HOSPITAL 
We commend the promptness and proficiency of our Hospital Com- 
mission in the erection of our North Carolina Baptist Hospital, 
which is now nearing completion. We hereby express our gratifi- 
cation at the noble part our W. M. U. societies are taking' in fur- 
nishing and equipping of the hospital. 

We recommend that this convention make the necessary arrange- 
ment to provide the funds to complete and equip our new hospital 
and make it possible for this institution to enter promptly on 
its mission of mercy and healing. 

Zexo Wall, 
Mrs. M. W. Buck. 
Mrs. J. J. Roddick, 
J. T. Aldermax, 
J. H. Matthews, 
John D. Beirry, 

Committee. 

On motion of W. E. Cnllom, a communication from A. T. 
Barnes to Fred X, Day with reference to advertizing onr 
colleges was referred to the Board of Edncation. 

The following resolntion oifered bv W. R. Cullom was 
adopted : 

Resolved, 1. That this Convention remembers with love and grat- 
itude its fellowship in spirit and in service with a number of dear 
brethren who, because of sickness or physical infirmity, can not 
be present with us. 



Minutes of Session 1922 49 

2. That this Convention sends through its Secretary its tenderest 
love to these brethren, viz.: Josiah Elliott, W. B. Royall, R. H. 
Marsh, W. H. H. Lawhon, W. H. Eller, 0. A. Keller, Joseph A. 
Gaines. 

With tiie congregation standing with bowed heads, W. E. 
Cnllom, after reading the names of the following brethren 
and sisters who have died since the last Convention, led in 
prayer : 

ON MEMORIALS 
During the past year death, the reaper, has gathered from amongst 
us quite a number of our choicest spirits. It is with ditflculty that 
your committee refrains from more or less extended eulogy. Such a 
course would make our report entirely too long for publication and 
we have thought that the bare mention of the names of these 
servants of the King will perhaps be the strongest word that we 
can use. 

The following are the names that your committee has been able 
to gather. If there are other names that should be added, we hope 
someone will report them to us at once. 

R. B. Abernethy, Hildebran. 

Thomas D. Boone, Winton. 

J. W. Bryan, Greenville. 

George H. Brown, Statesville. 

G. M. Bell, Wakefield. 

S. M. Brinson, Newbern. 

Miss Blanche Barrus, Clinton. 

J. A. Durham, Charlotte. 

Mrs. Frances Murphy Devane, Red Springs. 

L. R, Dixon, Ore Hill. 

J. R. Denton, Dysartvilie. 

H. J. Duncan, Roseboro. 

A. J. Freeman, Bladenboro. 

J. H. Foreman, Cooleemee. 

H. B. Giddens, Clinton. 

W. H. Garner, Granville County. 

R. S. Greene, Thomasville. 

Wiley N. Gregory, Elizabeth City. 

A. T. Hord, Cleveland. 



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J. M. Henley, Sanford. 
J. L. Hyde, Bryson City. 
Thos. P. Ipock, Goldsboro. 

B. C. Ivory, Gastonia 
E. S. Ivory, Gastonia. 

Mrs. C. A. Jenkens, Clayton. 

D. F. King, Leaksville. 

D. A. Lyles, Morven. 

Mrs. Julia (O. P.) Meeks, Kinston. 

Mrs. Minnie Middleton, Warsaw. 

Mrs. W. W. Marshbanks, Mars Hill. 

Belvin W. Maynard, Kerr. 

C. W. Mitchell, Aulander 
J. E. Murphy, Charlotte. 
Robert P. Morehead, Weldon. 
John H. Nicholson, Macon. 

C. M. Nicholson, Greensboro. 

G. W. Orr, Millsapps 

W. M. Porter, Warrenville. 

Jeter C. Pritchard, Asheville. 

C. N. Riggin, Warrenton. 

C. P. Rodwell, Weldon. 

W. H. Rogers, Durham. 

A. W. Setzer, Maiden 

Mrs. Jno. C. Scarborough, Raleigh. 

C. W. Scarborough, Franklin, Va. 

George H. Starnes, W. Asheville 

W. A. Smith, Hendersonville. 

Mrs. Geo. V. Tilly, Statesville. 

I. W. Thomas, Lenoir. 

Elihu Tucker, Grassy Creek. 

H. W. Williams, Jonesboro. 

Mrs. Flora O. Watkins, Winston-Salem 

C. W. Wilson, Greenville. 

D. J. Whichard, Greenville. 
J. A. White, Taylorsville. 
John B. Yarborough, Semora. 
Mrs. Thos. D. Boone, Winton. 



Minutes of Session 1922 51 

"I heard a voice out of heaven saying, Write, happy are the dead 
who die in the Lord, henceforth; yea, says the Spirit that they may 
rest from their labors for their works follow with them." 

T. C. Keaton, 
J. S. Fartvtek, 

W. R. CULLOM, 

A. I. Justice, 
C. W. Blanchard, 

Committee 

On motion of W. O. Riddick, R. J. Bateman is instructed 
to visit Lock Craig, former Governor of N"orth Carolina, who 
is now sick, and bear to him the love of the Convention. 

The following; resolution of thanks, offered bj T. W. 
O'Kellej, was adopted : 

THANKS 

The Convention expresses its thanks to the citizens of Winston- 
Salem for their gracious hospitality in opening their homes to the 
delegates; to the newspapers of the city and of the State for their 
splendid cooperation in giving publicity to the proceedings of the 
Convention; to the Kiwanis Club for providing automobiles for the 
deleg9,tes to visit the Baptist Hospital; to the Salem Baptist Church 
for the use of its building, and to the ladies for providing such good 
meals at a reasonable price. 

T. W. O'Kelley, 

Charles E. Maddry read the following- report of the 
Look-Out Commission, which, after discussion by W. E. 
Daniel and G. A. Martin, was adopted : 

LOOKOUT COMMISSION 
At the last session of the Baptist State Convention, a Lookout 
Commission of fifteen members was created "to study every phase of 
our Baptist program and policy and report with recommendations to 
the next Convention." 

At a meeting of the Commission in Raleigh on December 30, 1921, 
a sub-committee was named to study our Baptist program and policy 
in each of the following aspects: State Missions, Education, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Social Service, Biblical Recorder, and Baptist 
Foundation. 



52 X. C. Baptist State Coxvextiox 

Each of the sub-committees, it is to be assumed, has been studying 
during the year its allotted phase of our Baptist life, but not all of 
them have any recommendations to make to this Convention. 

Education. The generous support by the State of its high schools 
is making increasingly difficult the adequate maintenance of a sys- 
tem of Baptist secondary schools. Yet the Baptist school has, your 
Commission submits, a definite and distinctive Christian service to 
render the State. The solution of the Baptist secondary school 
problem seems to be, not to increase, but rather to limit the number 
of schools, to see that those retained are located strategically, and 
then to give them endowment and equipment that will enable them 
to render superior instruction in every branch of education. That 
the Christian note may be still more dominant in these schools, we 
suggest that even more attention be given to systematic courses of 
Bible study and that, if practicable, a whole-time Christian worker 
be assigned to definite evangelistic work in our Baptist schools. 

With Wake Forest and Meredith already accepted standard Senior 
Colleges, with at least two recognized Junior Colleges, and with a 
limited number of well-endowed, well-equipped, and well-patronized 
Baptist high schools, the Baptists of North Carolina have it within 
their power to provide and maintain a system of Christian schools 
that will go a long way towards leavening the whole lump. 

Social Service. The branch of organized Baptist social service 
that requires most attention now is the hospital work. In its hos- 
pital work the Baptist denomination is taking the lead of all other 
Protestant denominations in the South. This means that it has few 
precedents by which to guide its foot-steps and must therefore move 
cautiously. Two things about our newly-launched hospital work in 
North Carolina seem to be self-evident. The first is that we must 
have a nurse's training school in connection with the hospital at 
Winston-Salem. The second is that we must soon make provision 
for endowing our hospital. A nurse's training school would open an 
alluring field of Christian service for many a Baptist girl. An en- 
dowment would enable the hospital to give treatment to those unable 
to pay for it, and thereby establish a real ministry of service. 
These two needs of our hospital are stressed in this report because 
we realize that they cannot be met out of our 75 Million Cam- 
paign fund and still it is to be hoped that the needs will not be 
permitted long to remain unmet. Are there not Baptists in North 
Carolina who, if the matter were laid on their hearts, would gladly 
have a part in providing a nurse's training school and in their 
wills make contributions to an endowment for the hospital? 



Minutes of Session 1922 53 

Baptist Foimdation. The Baptist Foundation is moving quietly 
along its way. Here and there over the State men and women are 
making gifts through the Foundation either to designated objects of 
our denomination or else to the denomination without designation. 
In the course of a few years these wills will be bearing fruit. After 
that an ever-increasing fund will be here in our midst to support the 
several interests of our Baptist life. The only suggestion that the 
Commission makes is that Baptist pastors and Baptist lawyers par- 
ticularly—for they are the ones who have the best opportunity — and 
Baptists in general take occasion as they have opportunity to sug- 
gest to men and women of means that they leave in their wills gifts, 
large or small, to the Foundation. This is a service that requires 
little effort but one that will have an enormous yield in the harvest 
of the Kingdom. 

Men's Clubs. The Commission calls the special attention of the 
Baptist brotherhood to a movement started in the Roanoke Asso- 
ciation to organize in our local church men's clubs with regular 
meeting times and programs. The clubs already organized have 
had a marked effect upon the work of the churches, and it is 
suggested that through such clubs the interest and activity of the 
men may be enlisted even as the interest and activity of the women 
have been enlisted through the Woman's Missionary Societies. 

Biblical Recorder. It is felt that every agency of our denomina- 
tional work, in addition to its own particular specialty, should con- 
cern itself so far as possible with extending the field of usefulness 
of the Biblical Recorder. Primarily, this of course, means that every 
agency should cooperate in the effort to build up for the Biblical 
Recorder a great circulation among our Baptist people. It is quite 
apparent that the subscription list of the paper ought to be at 
least doubled, and this result could easily be accomplished with 
the practical sort of cooperation on the part of all our denomina- 
tional agencies. Such an increase in the number of readers of the 
Biblical Recorder would undoubtedly have the immediate effect of 
strengthening and stimulating every denominational interest. 

Future Work of Lookout Commission. This Commission has en- 
deavored as far as it could to carry out the purposes for which it 
was created. Obviously, it is impracticable for such a Commission 
to engage itself with the details of any department or branch of , 
our denominational work, nor is it expedient for such Commission 
to advocate matters of policy with reference to any phase of our 
work, because every department and agency already have properly 
constituted boards or committees whose function it is to pass upon 
matters of policy. It has been the endeavor of this Commission. 



54 1^. C. Baptist State Convention 

and in our opinion should be the policy of the Commission in the 
future, if the Commission is continued — to take a general look over 
the whole situation and to make such reports, observations, and 
general recommendations as may seem wise and appropriate, ob- 
serving at all times a due regard for the position and responsibili- 
ties of the constituted committees and boards in our various de- 
nominational agencies. 

Charles E. Maddby, " 
For the Committee. 

On motion, the combined report of the Board of Missions, 
the Board of Education and Social Service is adopted. 

W. J. Jones is given the privilege of speaking in behalf of 
Pineland School for Girls at Salembnrg. 

R. T. Vann urges the brethren to cease criticizing their 
schools and to unite their efforts in promoting their interests. 
He calls the Convention "to their knees" in behalf of their 
educational institutions. 

President P. S. Vann offered for trustees of Chowan Col- 
lege the names of C. W. Mitchell, Jr. and J. J. Fleetwood, 
who were elected. 

On motion of J. C. Canipe, the Convention adjourned to 
meet with the First Baptist Church of Gastonia a year hence, 
after praver by B. G. Early. 

B. W. Spilman^ 
Walter M. Gilmoke, President. 

Recording Secretary. 



LIST OF DELEGATES 



Ali-eghany — 5 
Blevins, Andrew, Furches 
Cheek, John M., Sparta 
Reeves, Mrs. W. B., Whitehead 
Tulbert, J. N., Furches 

Anson — 2 

Cox, H. M., Pee Dee 
Preslar, M. D. L., Polkton 

AVEBY — 4 
Bridges, D. P., Newland 
Gragg, J. M., Newland 
Hall, L. W., Minneapolis 
Hampton, N. S., Pineola 

Beulah— 5 
Coggins, L. v., Semora 
Prevatt, R. W., Yanceyville 
Tucker, E. J., Roxboro 
Tucker, F. P., Milton 
White, R. E., Roxboro 

Bladen — 1 
Watson, S. N., Bladenboro 

Brier Creek — 1 
McNeil, T. J., Roaring River 

Brushy Mountain — 5 
Griggs, W. L., North Wilkesboro 
Meadows, W. C, Pores Knob 
Sebastian, G. W., N. Wilkesboro 
Teague, L. W., Wilkesboro 
league, Mrs. L. W., Wilkesboro 

Buncombe — 18 
Bateman, R. J., Asheville 
Bennett, J. C, Asheville 
Baity, J. W., Asheville 



Brown, A. E., Asheville 
Chambliss, T. W., Asheville 
Fitzgerald, Wm. H., Black Moun- 
tain 
Gentry, J. J., Asheville 
Greenwood, J. B., Biltmore 
Grice, J. B., West Asheville 
Hensley, S. T., Biltmore 
Hicks, H. P., Asheville 
Hill, J. E., Mars Hill 
Howard, H. S., Asheville 
Howell, W. M., Mars Hill 
McKaughan, J. A., Asheville 
Sasser, T. L., Candler 
Sorgee, Benj., Asheville 
Thome, Mrs. F. W., Asheville 

Caldwelx — 1 
Teague, J. L., Granite Falls 
Cape Fear-Columbus — 3 
Campbell, W. P., Chadbourn 
Coleman, W. A., Boardman 
Newton, I. T., Whiteville 

Cabouna — 5 

Bomar, E. E., Hendersonville 

Gardner, E. Norfleet, Pendleton 

Justice, A. I., Hendersonville 

Ross, Ernest G., Hendersonville 

Wilson, W. M., East Flat Rock 
■* 

Catawba River — 2 

Abernathy, G. P., Morganton 

Goodwin, E. McK., Morganton 

Central — 32 
Bagby, A. Paul, Wake Forest 
Brewer, Chas. E., Raleigh 
Brewer, T. W., Raleigh 
Briggs, Thomas H., Raleigh 

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Brown'^. T. E., Raleigh 
Buffaloe, J. H., Raleigh 
Cullom, W. R., Wake Forest 
Dowell, C. L., Franklinton 
Durham, Walters, Raleigh 
Early, B. G., Raleigh 
Hester, H. J., Raleigh 
Holding, T. E., Wake Forest 
Johnson, Livingston, Raleigh 
Jones, W. N., Raleigh 
Joyner, J. Y., Raleigh 
McMillan, J. A., Wake Forest 
Middleton, E. L., Raleigh 
Middleton, R. L., Raleigh 
Norwood, J. M., Raleigh 
O'Kelley, T. W., Raleigh 
Parker, V. O., Raleigh 
Paschal, G. W., Wake Forest 
Pippin, A. A., Wakefield 
Poteat, W. L., Wake Forest 
Poteat, Mrs. W. L., Wake Forest 
Royall, R. E., Wake Forest 
Seymour, T. Y., Raleigh 
Squires, R. M., Wake Forest 
Timberlake, E. W., Wake Forest 
Vann, R. T., Raleigh 
Warren, Miss Mary, Raleigh 
Wilson, Percy H., Wake Forest. 

Chovtax — 9 

Aydlett, E. F., Elizabeth City 
Banks, Wm. J., Elizabeth City 
Byrum, W. J., Indiantown 
Cale, W. F., Tyner 
Hall, R. F., Elizabeth City 
Harrill, G. P., South Mills 
Hines, H. B., Manteo 
Horner, K. C, Gatesville 
Johnson, L. L., Belcross 

Cumberland — 3 
Deaton, D. E., Fayetteville 
Gates, John A., Fayetteville 
Snyder, Joel S., Fayetteville 



Eastern — 4 
Carter, E. F., Clinton 
Duncan, J. M., Mt. Olive 
Grady, F. M., Mt. Olive 
O'Brian, L. R., Mt. Olive 

Flat River — 5 
Harte, J. D., Oxford 
Hobgood, F. P., Oxford 
Tunstall, G. T., Oxford 
Tunstall, Mrs. G. T., Oxford 
Upchurch, C. A., Oxford 

French Broad — 4 

Moore, R. L., Mars Hill 
Owen, J. R., Mars Hill 
Stringfield, 0. L.. Mars Hill 
Wharton, George, Mars Hill 

Gastox— 13 

Andrews, E. C, Mt. Holly 
Barnes, M. L., Gastonia 
Barrett, W. C, Gastonia 
Briggerstaff, W. P., Bessemer 

City 
Black, C. J., Gastonia 
Cloer, M. G., Stanly 
Eisenhower, H. O., Gastonia 
Iving, T. H., Gastonia 
McCarter, W. P., Gastonia 
Putnam, D. F., Cherryville 
Taylor, C. L., Stanley 
Vipperman, Judson L., Dallas 
Waldrop, H. E., McAdenville 

Green River — 6 

Adams, M. A., Rutherfordton 
Bowden, J. T., Marion 
Buchanan, M. L., Union Mills 
Caldwell, C. A., Marion 
Carter, J. P., Hendersonville 
Dillard, E. B., Union Mills 



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57 



Haywood — 6 
Campbell, R. C, Canton 
Herring, R. H., Waynesvllle 
Hicks, H. P., Canton 
Morgan, J. R., Waynesville 
Rogers, I. N., Clyde 
Sears, H. C, Crabtree 

Johnston — 12 
Booker, E. B., Smithfield 
Butler, A. A., Selma 
Butler, Mrs. A. A., Selma 
Creech, A. R., Micro 
Davis, M. P., Four Oaks 
Gurley, N. M., Pine Level 
Moore, A. O., Clayton 
Pool, J. F., Clayton, R. 3 
Shepherd, N. H., Kenly 
Thomas, Mrs. C. M., Clayton 
Watson, J. F., Pine Level 
Wheeler, C. C, Benson 

Kings Motjntain — 13 
Camp, W. G., Kings Mountain 
Dedmon, A. J., Shelby, R. C. 
Elam, W. A., Shelby 
Fulbright, J. 0., Kings Mountain 
Goode, J. M., Boiling Springs 
Greene, J. R., Boiling Springs 
Irvin, A. C, Shelby 
Johnson, W. 0., Grover 
Kester, J. Marcus, Shelby 
Martin, T. N., Shelby 
Page, G. G., Kings Mountain 
Suttle, J. W., Shelby 
Washburn, D. G., Shelby No. 4 

Liberty — 24 
Barrs, W. L., Lexington 
Cook, Mary Mrs., Thomasville 
Crouch, John P., Linwood 
Denny, Miss Lyndal, Thomasville 
Green, J. H., Lexington 



Hall, Miss Annie, Thomasville 
Hamrick, F. B., Thomasville 
Harward, W. C, Thomasville 
Hasty, S. G., Lexington 
Hudson, L. L., Erlanger 
Kesler, M. L., Thomasville 
Kesler, Mrs. M. L., Thomasville 
Merrell, G. L., Thomasville 
Miller, G. W., Lexington 
McCracken, Miss Sallie, Thomas- 
ville 
Mumford, E. F., Wallburg 
Myers, H. C, Lexington 
Newton, J. D., Thomasville 
Smith, Ed. F., Lexington 
Smith, Julius C, Greensboro 
Teague, N. R., Kernersville 
Tilley, Miss Mary, Thomasville 
Walker, Paul J., Thomasville 
Workman, Miss Willie May, 
Thomasville. 

Little River — 10 

Bain, Miss Mattie, Coats 
Barnette, Jasper N., Dunn 
Campbell, J. A., Buie's Creek 
Campbell, Mrs. J. A., Buie's 

Creek 
Clifford, J. C, Dunn 
Edgerton, Sidney A., Buie's 

Creek 
Flowers, C. W., Angier 
Johnson, Elbert N., Dunn 
McCall, A. C, Duke 
Townsend, B., Buie's Creek 

Macon County — 1 
Smith, A. J., Franklin 

MECKLENBUKG-C ABARRUS — 2 3 

Barnhart, G. T., Concord 
Bostick, J. H., Charlotte 
Broom, J. H., Kannapolis 
Cain, A. T., Concord 



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Cain, Mrs. A. T., Concord 
Carroll, R. D., Charlotte 
Cashwell, T. L., Charlotte 
Conrad, S. F., Charlotte 
Davenport, J. E'. M., Plneville 
Dawson, Mrs. P. F., Charlotte 
Dowd, W. C, Charlotte 
Hackney, J. P., Charlotte 
Kesler, C. W., Concord 
Little, D. M., Concord 
Little, Luther, Charlotte 
Little, Mrs. Luther, Charlotte 
Maness, T. D., Concord 
Martin, G. A., Concord 
Porter, A. H., Charlotte 
Chadwick Station 
Porter, John M., Charlotte 
Pruette, L. R., Charlotte 
Rollins, G. W., Concord 
Smith, W. A., Charlotte 

Montgomery — 3 
Alderman, J. M., Troy 
Alderman, Mrs. J. M., Troy 
Riggs, O. L., Mt. Gilead 

Mount Ziox— 29 
Barbee, H. C, Durham 
Baskin, E. L., Chapel Hill 
Beach, W. R., Hillsboro 
Buck, Martin W., Burlington 
Buck, Mrs. M. W., Burlington 
Canipe, J. C, Mebane 
Cobb, Collier, Chapel Hill 
Cole, A. E., Riggsbee 
Cole, L. G., Durham 
Collins, T. D., Durham 
Davis, J. B., Chapel Hill 
Dean, E. C, Burlington 
Dorsett, H. G., Chapel Hill 
Ellington, R. P., Graham 
Green, T. M., West Durham 
Haywood, C. L., Durham 



Haywood, Mrs. C. L., Durham 
Holt, Jesse, Burlington 
Lemon, R. S., Burlington 
Morris, C. N., Holly Springs 
Norville, C. S., Durham 
Oldham, L. B., Chapel Hill 
Olive, W. S., Apex 
Salmon, J. T., Durham 
Ward, F. A., Durham 
Watkins, G. T., Durham 
Welsh, J. Elwood, Durham 
Williams, Walter M., Burlington 

Nexjse- Atlantic — 17 

Ayers, W. A., New Bern 
Blanchard, C. W., New Bern 
Boney, L. B., Pollocksville 
Grain, Wm. J., Morehead City 
Davis, Theo. B., Kinston 
Day, Harry A., Beaufort 
Huntley, G. W., Beaufort 
Jacobs, H. M., New Bern 
Leary, L. L., Morehead City 
Pridgen, Gary G., New Bern 
Sams, E. E., Kinston 
Spilman, B. W., Kinston 
Wall, Zeno, Goldsboro 
Webb, W. M., Morehead City 
White, Lee McB., Kinston 
Whitehurst, H. P., New Bern 
Woodland, J. E., Morehead City 

Fee Dee — 12 

Arnette, J. M., Wagram 
Austin, C. B., Laurinburg 
Benton, Bruce, Rockingham 
Benton, Mrs. Bruce, Rockingham 
Clark, H. W., Wadesboro 
Covington, J. A., EUerbe 
Jackson, C. L. Wadesboro 
Jackson, Mrs. C. L., Wadesboro 
McManus, O. W., Gibson 



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McManus, Mrs. 0. W., Gibson 
Palmer, Mrs. B. F., Rockingham 
Willis, J. B., Hamlet 

Piedmont — 38 

Battle, J. T. J., Greensboro 
Brooks, C. v.. High Point 
Burgess, Miss Sallie, Greensboro 
Campbell, Roy, Ramseur 
Campbell, Miss Ruth, Ramseur 
Chaney, Miss Clyde, Greensboro 
Clarke, James A., High Point 
Cooke, A. Wayland, Greensboro 
DeLaney, J. C, Greensboro 
Goode, W. E., Reidsville 
Haislip, W. B., High Point 
Hilliard, J. M., High Point 
Hobbs, John, Greensboro 
Johnson, M. E., Ramseur 
Johnson, Mrs. M. E., Ramseur 
Lanier, John E., High Point 
Liles, S. N., Greensboro 
Lee, 0. E., Greensboro 
Mason, B. K., Greensboro 
Miller, H. 0., High Point 
Moore, D. M., Reidsville 
Moore, H. B., Ramseur 
Morgan, S. L., Ramseur 
Phillips, Joe, Ramseur 
Rhyne, S. A., Greensboro 
Richardson, W. C, Greensboro 
Spoon, F. L., Kimesville 
Stevens, Chas. E., Greensboro 
Stevens, H. T., Greensboro 
Strickland, C. M., Greensboro 
Tate, A. E., High Point 
Taylor, Miss Blanche, Greensboro 
Turner, J. Clyde, Greensboro 
Turner, Mrs. J. Clyde, Greensboro 
White, E'dgar E., Greensboro 
White, Mrs. E. E., Greensboro 
Whitley, B. G., Greensboro 
Wilson, W. H., Greensboro 



Pilot Mountain — 63 
Adkins, J. H., Stoneville 
Baker, G. T., Rural Hall 
Baucom, H. W., Winston-Salem 
Baucom, Mrs. H. W., Winston- 
Salem 
Blalock, Miss Vera, Winston- 
Salem 
Byrum, J. T., Winston-Salem 
Byrum, Mrs. J. T., Winston-Salem 
Carter, J. F., Winston-Salem 
Carter, Mrs. J. F., Winston-Salem 
Coop'er, Lena D., Clemmons 
Daves, A. H., Winston-Salem 
Davis, E'. L., Winston-Salem 
Dean, Miss Lona, Kernersville 
Downs, P. E., Wentworth 
Eller, A. H., Winston-Salem 
Fiddler, F. L., Winston-Salem 
Fulghum, J. H., Mt. Airy 
Gant, j. F., Winston-Salem 
Glidewell, C. W., Stoneville 
Griffin, B. B., Winston-Salem 
Hackett, Everett A., Winston- 
Salem 
Hall, J. H., Mt. Airy 
Haymore, C. C, Mount Airy 
Hendrix, John H., Winston-Salem 
Holcomb, W. H., Winston-Salem 
Huntley, B. F., Winston-Salem 
Jester, J. R., Winston-Salem 
Keaton, T. C, Winston-Salem 
Latimer, Hugh F., Winston- 
Salem 
Lassiter, Mrs. P. B., Winston- 
Salem 
Lawrence, S. F., Winston-Salem 
Lindley, M. A., Winston-Salem 
Lindley, T. B., Stoneville 
Lockett, E. O., Winston-Salem 
McCuiston, T. C, Kernersville 
Maddry, Jas. A., Winston-Salem 



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Martin, Miss Kittie May, Stuart, 

Va. 
Martin, Santford, Winston-Salem 
Marsliall, J. E., Winston-Salem 
Montague, Mrs. H., Winston- 
Salem 
Overby, D. W., Draper 
Phillips, M. D., Dalton 
Powers, J. L., Madison 
Rich, D., Winston-Salem 
Rich, J. H., Winston-Salem 
Richardson, J. Mason, Kerners- 

ville 
Roberson, C. M., Leaksville 
Roddick, Mrs. J. J., Winston- 
Salem 
Saunders, G. C, Winston-Salem 
Simms, E. T., Winston-Salem 
Spinx, Wm. D., Winston-Salem 
Stanley, J. B., Kernersville 
Stewart, W. T., Winston-Salem 
Sullivan, R. A., Kernersville 
Sullivan, R. W., Wake Forest 
Sullivan, William, Pinnacle 
Sullivan, W. A., Pinnacle 
Swaim, V. M., Winston-Salem 
Tucker, G. E., Winston-Salem 
Tuttle, J. C, Winston-Salem 
Watkins, J. C, Winston-Salem 
Weston, L. U., Spray 
Wolf, G. C, Winston-Salem 

Raleigh — 20 
Berry,. John D., Raleigh 
Cashwell, C. H., Wendell 
Cooper, W. A., Raleigh 
Cowan, G. N., Apex 
Ellis, J. A., Raleigh 
Farabow, Miss Elma Leigh, 

Raleigh 
Farmer, J. S., Raleigh 
Farmer, Mrs. J. S., Raleigh 
Hamby, A. C, Raleigh 
Hubbard, W. D., Raleigh 



Hunter, A. B., Apex 
King, W. C, Morrisville 
Maddry, Charles E., Raleigh 
Martin, J. L., Fuquay Springs 
Mills, G. T., Apex, R. 1 
Mitchell, Clarence E., Raleigh 
Morgan, Perry, Raleigh 
Stephenson, Gilbert T., Raleigh 
Warren, Miss Mary, Raleigh 
Wiggs, Miss Rosa, Raleigh 

Roanoke — 24 
Vnderson, Charles, Scotland Neck 
Avera, T. A., Rocky Mount 
Carter, A. G., Rosemary 
Carter, Mrs. A. G., Rosemary 
Creech, Oscar, Red Oak 
Crisp, T. J., Conetoe 
Crutchfield, T. S., Roanoke 

Rapids 
Daniel, Walter E., Weldon 
Harris, J. P., Bethel 
Holmes, J. W., F'armville 
Justice, Thos. L., Enfield 
Kincheloe, J. W., Rocky Mount 
Kirk, J. E., Tarboro 
Mercer, I. M., Wilson 
Myers, B. 0., Spring Hope 
Oldham, S. W., Robersonville 
Padgett, L. B., Farmville 
Pettus, Tom F., Wilson 
Plemmons, T. H., Greenville 
Poe, E. D., Weldon 
Redwine, R. K., Nashville 
Smith, Leland W., Greenville 
Vipperman, D. E., Pinetops 
Von Miller, R. I\l., Wilson 

Robeson — 15 
Covington, H. T., Rennert 
Covington, T. F. Rennert 
Covington, W. T., Rennert 
Durham, C. H., Lumberton 
Hedgpeth, I. P., Lumberton 



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Henderson, J. K., Pembroke 
Howard, W. K., St. Pauls 
Jenkins, J. L., Maxton 
Johnson, T. L., Lumberton 
Kendrick, R. G., Raeford 
Mclntyre, Stephen, Lumberton 
Page, J. M., St. Paul 
Sorrell, C. R., Parkton 
Sullivan, E. F., Maxton 
Tyner, L. E., Lowe 

Sandy Creek — 10 
Byrd, C. E., Saxapahaw 
Dixon, R. H., Siler City 
Dorsey, V. M., Siler City 
Fountain, Richard S., Siler City 
Gilmore, Walter M., Sanford 
Griffin, Jas. L., Pittsboro 
Hackney, W. J., Siler City 
Harward, H. R., Moncure 
Lane, J. C, Siler City 
Mitchell, 0. B., Goldston 

Sandy Run — 2 
Collins, W. K., Cliffside 
Mattheny, C. C, Forest City 

South Fork — 11 
Abernethy, C. A., Lincolnton 
Baker, Calvin, Hickory 
Boggs, J. H., Brookford 
Bradshaw, W. R., Hickory 
Harris, M. I., Hickory 
Hatfield, L. L., Hickory 
Howell, A. T., Newton 
Johnson, Chas. R., Mocksville 
Laughridge, B. H., Lincolnton 
Snow, J. A., Lincolnton 
Stroup, S. A., Hickory 

South River — 5 
Bain, G. A., Dunn 
Butler, R. N., Salemburg 
Jones, W. J., Salemburg 



Royal, C. S., Salemburg 
Strickland, W. S., Dunn 

South Yadkin — 27 
Cashwell, C. S., Statesville 
Davis, R. Lee, Statesville 
Eagle, E. F., Salisbury 
Eaton, E. F., Mocksville 
Eller, J. Ben, Statesville 
Groce, J. H., Cana 
Holcomb, W. E., Statesville 
Hall, S. W., Winston-Salem 
Hendricks, M. J., Cana 
Horn, L. G., Mocksville 
Hughes, W. G., Statesville 
Kirk, J. L., Salisbury 
Lemons, R. L., Salisbury 
Penry, H. A., Mocksville 
Rhyne, C. A., Salisbury 
Sapp, W. M., Salisbury 
Tatum, P. 0., Salisbury 
Tilley, G. V., Statesville 
Turner, C. K., Statesville 
Underwood, P. A., Mooresville 
Waff, W. B., Mocksville 
Wagner, L. T., Mocksville 
White, G. L., Cana 
Windsor, C. W., Salisbury 
Yates, J. Clyde, Statesville 
Young, H. H., Salisbury 
Orders, S. P., Mooresville, 

Stanley — 5 
Allman, Minnie, Mt. Pleasant 
Davis, Q. C, Albemarle 
Hill, J. W. P., New London 
Hough, W. A., New London 
Smith, A. B., Oakboro 

SUERY — 7 
Baucom, Wm. T., Blkin 
Bray, A. O., Elkin 
Haynes, J. H., Mt. Airy 
Holloway, L. M., Elkin 



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Olive, Eugene, Mt. Airy 
Phillips, M. B., Mt. Airy 
Relco, I. W., Mt. Airy 

Tab Ri\-ek — 9 
Alderman, J. T., Henderson 
Alderman, L. W., Oxford 
McGregor, S. S., Nashville 
Mclver, John Arch, Louisburg 
Mclver, Mrs. J. A., Louisburg 
Marshall, J. J., Macon 
Nelson, E. R., Henderson 
Pittman, Thos. M., Henderson 
Taylor, T. J., Warrenton 

Tex^'essee River — 1 
Randolph, R. L., Bryson City 

Three Forks — 4 
Coffey, E. S., Boone 
Daugherty, D. D., Boone 
Huggins. F. M., Boone 
Wilson, L. C. Boone 

Traxstlvaxia — 1 
Smith, Charles C, Brevard 

Tuckaseige — 1 
Yokley, W. Ross, Sylva 

Union— 10 
Beach, C. M., Wingate 
Copple, H. E., Monroe 
Craig, Braxton, IMonroe 
Davis, A. C, Marshville 
Hoyle. J. Edwin, Wingate 
Mclntyre, J. C, Wingate 
Perry, W. M., Wingate 
Powell, R. E., Marshville 
Stewart, C. M., Wingate 
Snyder, E. C, Monroe 

Yadkix^5 
Brown, W. 0.. Cycle 
Craver, Mrs. D. Harry, Boonville 
Saunders, J. W., Salisbury 



Speer, A. S., Boonville 
Transom, C. R., Boonville 

Yancey — 4 
Bennett, S. W., Burnsville 
Hartsell, Wallace, Burnsville 
King, J. D., Wampler 
Watson, E. F., Burnsville 

West Chowan — 15 
Blalock, Jesse, Rich Square 
Bristow, S. F., Colerain 
Bryant, H. G., Murfreesboro 
Carter, Mrs. A. G., Rosemary 
Duncan, V. E'., Winton 
Essex. J. P., Jackson 
Essex, Mrs. J. P., Jackson 
Haight, W. R., Windsor 
Isenhour, E. J., Ahoskie 
Jenkins, W. E., Murfreesboro 
Lanier, R. R., Seaboard 
Lineberry, R. B. Colerain 
Matthews, J. H., Windsor 
Pittman, A. E. C, Windsor 
Whitley, John W., Murfreesboro 

Western North Carolina — 1 
Stoner, J. M., Murphy 

Wilmington — 5 
Dodd, W. H., Jacksonville 
Hall, W. G., Wilmington 
Hurt, John Jeter, Wilmington 
Jones, John H., Wilmington 
Josey, Edwin B., Wilmington 
Sullivan, J. A., Wilmington 

China— 1 
Herring, D. W., Life Member. 

Visitors — 21 
Braun. M. L. China 
Braun, Mrs. M. L., China 
Christian. John T., New Orleans 
Danner, S. W. Orangeburg, S. C. 
Eager, J. H., Baltimore 



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Franks, E. G., Washington, D. C. 
Frost, Howard E., Nashville, 

Tenn. 
Green, Mrs. G. W., China 
Hair, John Knox, Granite Falls, 

S. C. 
Henderson, J. T., Knoxville, 

Tenn. 
Herring, D. W., Chengchow, 

China — Life Member 
Herring, Mrs. D. W., Chengchow, 

China 
Johnson, Miss Pearl, Shanghai, 

China 
Leavell, F. H., Memphis, Tenn. 
Lumpkin, G. T., Suffolk, Va. 
Martin, Georgia, Stuart, Va. 
Masters, V. I., Louisville, Ky. 



Mullins, E. Y., Louisville, Ky. 
Owen, C. A., Atlanta, Ga. 
Parker, C. J. D., Lynchburg, Va. 
Scarboro, Lee R., Fort Worth, 

Texas 
Sikes, E. Walter, Hartsville, S. C. 
Sutherland, J. A., San Jose, Calif. 
Triplett, O. W., S. C. 
Van Ness, I. J., Nashville, Tenn. 
Bryan, 0. E. Atlanta. 



Associations represented ... 54 

Delegates enrolled 562 

Visitors enrolled 21 

Total 583 



APPENDIX A 

Report Board of Missions — 1922 



Ninety-two years ago the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina was organized at Greenville. The purpose for the or- 
ganization, as expressed in that first meeting, was primarily to 
give the Gospel to North Carolina, and out from North Carolina to 
the ends of the earth. We submit herewith the ninety-second annual 
report of the Board of Missions to the Convention — in many re- 
spects the most eventful and critical year of the life of the or- 
ganized work in North Carolina. Four years ago, when the Armis- 
tice was signed, we fondly imagined that in one year at least we 
would be back to normal, and that the world would speedily recover 
from the effects of the most relentless, destructive and devastating 
war of all the centuries. Today, after four years of unrest and un- 
certainty, we find ourselves still in the backwash of the Great 
War and with many problems of reconstruction yet unsolved. But 
we believe that we have turned the corner, and that we are now 
on the sure and certain road to tranquillity and an unprecedented 
era of good times and wholesome prosperity. We believe that we 
can truthfully say that this has been the greatest year of genuine 
progress and achievement in our State Mission work, since the 
Convention was organized in 1830. Below we give in some detail 
the accomplishments, by departments, for the year. 

I. Department of Missionary-Pastoral Assistance. 

We have employed two hundred and two missionaries this year, 
at a total cost of $56,342.53. Their activities are summed up in 
the following detailed statement: 

REPORT OF WORK DONE BY THE MISSIONARY PASTORS 

FOR 1922 

Churches Served 356 

Number Missionaries 202 

Sermons 15,393 

Other Addresses 3,023 

Churches Organized 12 

Conversions 4,910 

Baptisms 3,845 

By Letter 2,271 

Restoration or Statement 193 

New Church Houses Built 12 

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Churches Repaired 88 

Cost of Building and Repairing $96,420.32 

Paid on Pastors' Salary 89,051.65 

Seventy-five Million Fund 43,085.86 

State Missions , 3,151.17 

Home Missions 1,052.38 

Foreign Missions 870.77 

Education 2,612.35 

Ministerial Relief 472.18 

Sunday School Missions 219.06 

Orphanage 12,639.28 

Other Objects 60,040.79 

Subscriptions to Biblical Recorder 749 

Subscriptions to Charity and Children 558 

II. Department of Enlistment and Country Church. 

In this department we have employed Superintendent A. C. Ham- 
by and the following field workers: J. J. Gentry, A. I. Justice, 
Wallace Hartsell, C. W. Blanchard as all time workers and R. L. 
Randolph, P. L. Elliott, L. M. Holloway and N. S. Hampton as part- 
time workers. These men have done some splendid work in the 
formation of fields, increasing pastors' salaries, teaching steward- 
ship and missions. The superintendent has been sidetracked most 
of the time, first in the Campaign for Stewardship and Tithing, 
and then for three months this fall in the Reinforcement Campaign. 
It is our purpose next year, if the Convention so instructs, to con- 
centrate our efforts largely in five or six associations. We realize 
that the task of enlistment is the biggest task ahead of North Car- 
olina Baptists and it cannot be accomplished in a year or in ten 
years. We have been scattering our efforts over too much ter- 
ritory and we hope this next year to make a demonstration in 
about five associations, of what may be accomplished by inten- 
sive, patient and intelligent effort. 

We give below the detailed report of the Superintendent of En- 
listment and Country Church: 

DEPARTMENT OF ENLISTME'NT AND COUNTRY CHURCH 

WORK 
A. C. Hamby, Superintendent 
This is the first report of this department to the Convention. 
Report of enlistment work has been made before, but this is the 
first report as a distinct department of the work of the State Mis- 
sion Board. A statement of purpose was made to the Convention 

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last year. However, we believe a thoughtful and sympathetic study 
of the report that follows will show enough immediate and visible 
results to amply justify, in the mind of the Convention, the or- 
ganization of this department. 

The superintendent has been sidetracked along other lines of de- 
nominational work a large part of the time since he came to the 
office. His co-workers also, have given much of their time in a 
similar way. But the time spent along these other lines has 
made us familiar to a greater extent with the whole denomina- 
tional program than we would have been otherwise, and will 
enable us to correlate our enlistment work with every other part 
of our program in a more vital way. 

SUMMARY OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS 
Your superintendent was put in charge of the Stewardship and 
Tithing Campaign by the Convention last December. This work 
was begun immediately and continued up to May 1st of this year. 
It required nearly two months to get in hand a sufficient amount 
of suitable literature on the subject. Another mouth was spent in 
the writing of letters, mailing out tracts, and in holding a series 
of Stewardship and Tithing Institutes at central points from 
Morehead and Elizabeth Cities to Asheville. AVe desire to make 
special mention of the good work done by Dr. AValter N. Johnson 
and many of the pastors. Wherever the pastors gave hearty support 
to the campaign the responses were gratifying. The names of 
more than 5,000 tithers were sent in. Hundreds of other tithers 
declined to allow their names to be sent to the office. The momentum 
gained has not ceased, for every week we get requests for litera- 
ture on tithing. Many encouraging letters and stirring testimonies 
by tithers have been received. If our Baptist people, as a whole, 
would adopt this Scriptural method of financing the Lord's work, 
there would be no further need of campaigns for either money or 
workers. One cannot be a Scriptural tither until he first gives 
himself unto the Lord without reserve; and having done this, 
tithing will follow easily and deepen his interest in every good 
work and bring abiding joy. 

THE SUMMER CAMPAIGX 
In the Student Summer Campaign five men were assigned to 
the Enlistment Department. They did work in eleven associations 
with fifty churches. They conducted 23 revivals, adding 99 by 
baptism, 5 by letter and 5 by restoration, making a total of 109. 
They made 9 every^member canvasses and 26 community surveys; 
organized 3 B. Y. P. U.'s, conducted 12 B. Y. P. U. Training: Schools 



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and 22 Sunday School Institutes; distributed 1,633 tracts, secured 
6 subscriptions to the Biblical Recorder and collected, on ex- 
penses, $242.00. 

SOME OF THE RESULTS OP THE FIELD WORKERS 
Days of actual service 1,663; sermons and addresses 1,200; serv- 
ices held with pastorless churches 227; conducted 14 revivals re- 
sulting in 147 additions, 72 of these by baptism; 23 every-member 
canvasses and 7 community surveys have been made; 13 B. Y. F. U.'s 
organized; secured 26 subscriptions to the Biblical Recorder; 4 
subscriptions to Home and Foreign Fields and 20 to Charity and 
Children; 14 pastoral fields have been arranged; 5 new churches 
constituted; 5 parsonages built and 2 bought. Nine new mis- 
sions have been begun, all of which have bright prospects before 
them. There have been nearly 100 special meetings for Christian 
workers such as Pastors' Conferences, Associational B. Y. P. U.'s, 
Sunday School Conventions, Ministers' Conferences, Stewardship In- 
stitutes and Laymen's Brotherhood meetings. Many thousands of 
general and personal letters have been sent out, together with more 
than 125,000 various kinds of tracts. Eleven thousand four hundred 
and ninety-nine (|11,499.00) dollars in new subscriptions to the 
salaries of pastors and missionaries and $489.80 in cash and pledges 
for State Missions have been secured by the enlistment men during 
the past twelve months. 

SOME CONCRETE EXAMPLES OF WORK DONE' 
One enlistment man secured advances on pastors' salaries at 23 
mission points amounting to $6,300.00 and helped to raise nearly 
$15,000.00 for building and improvement of churches in his territory. 
Another took six churches in a section of his territory which were 
being supplied by non-resident preachers. Two years ago they 
contributed to all local expenses $2,035.00 and to benevolences $236.00. 
Through the efforts of the enlistment man these churches now have 
resident pastors who are giving their entire time to the work. Two 
pastors' homes have been purchased and paid for. This year their 
report shows that they paid to local expenses $5,439.00 and to 
benevolences $1,359.00, a net gain of $4,527.00. Two of these 
churches have recently had wonderful revivals, resulting in 150 ad- 
ditions by baptism. Another worker has organized a Pastors' and 
Deacons' Conference in one Association. They have had several 
enthusiastic meetings and are planning for greater things for their 
association through this organization. He has also secured much 
better and more efficient organization in three other associations. 
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68 X. C, Baptist State Coxvextioijq" 

winning to the support of our organized work, a large part of the 
leaders in his territory who have been opposed to the organized 
work heretofore. Another worker organized six associations in 
the Reinforcement Campaign and has visited practically every nook 
and corner of them, traveling and speaking practically all of 
the time. It was through his efforts that a number of strong, 
aggressive pastors have been brought into his territory— a section 
sorely needing such men. He went before one association and 
secured the promise of a car load of fruits and vegetables for the 
Orphanage and then got behind the churches and saw to it that 
the car was loaded and sent in. And another worker has induced 
140 men in his territory to go out and speak on various subjects who 
had never spoken in public before; induced more than 200 per- 
sons to dedicate themselves to Christian work; directed in organiz- 
ing several county-wide ministers' conferences, laymen's brother- 
hoods, B. Y. P. U. and Sunday School Conventions, along with 
many Sunday School Institutes held on fifth Sundays. Many other 
similar cases might be cited by the same and others of the workers, 
but this, surely, is sufficient to prove the wisdom of the Conven- 
tion in establishing this department. 

CONCLUSION 
It is the desire and the purpose of the Enlistment Department to 
bring its efforts within smaller compass, and to center its time 
and efforts within definite bounds, including not more than five or 
six associations. In this way the work of the Enlistment Depart- 
ment may be made much more effective. The territory should be 
selected so as to bring the results within study range of all sec- 
tions of the State. It is our purpose to conduct a two-weeks' con- 
ference and training school for the pastors and other workers in 
each of these associations within the coming year. 

III. Departvient of Sunday Schools. 

North Carolina stands well among Southern Baptists in Sunday 
School work. We owe an everlasting debt of gratitude to Secretary 
E. L. Middleton for his faithful, sacrificial and untiring efforts to 
bring North Carolina Baptist Sunday Schools to such a high degree 
of efficiency and accomplishment. We stand first in the proportion 
of the number of Sunday Schools to the number of churches, having 
2,174 Sunday Schools in the State. We rank second in standard 
Sunday Schools, second in membership, and fourth in teacher 
training. We have enlarged the department in two years by the ad- 
dition of two field workers and an elementary worker. As soon 
as possible there must be further enlargement of the department to 



Minutes of Session 1922 69 

take care of the growing and ever enlarging needs of our Sunday 
School work. 

We submit below the detailed report of Secretary E. L. Middle- 
ton: 

SUNDAY SCHOOLS 

This year closes the record of twenty-seven years of Sunday School 
work with a secretary in the field under the State Mission Board. 
There has been steady progress, but no year in the past has shown 
more evidence of real efficiency in our Sunday Schools than has this 
one. The secretary has worked almost singlehanded until the last 
two years. During these two years the denomination has for the 
first time given this department of work a real chance. 

For nearly ten years the number of Sunday Schools as compared 
with the number of churches has been the most favorable of any 
State in the South. This makes great growth in number of 
Sunday Schools impossible. The ratio of Sunday School membership 
to church membership ranks second in the South, and yet our 
membership ought to be greatly enlarged. 

Some Corparisons show fine growth in membership. In the three 
years 1914-16 the net increase in membership was 30,321. During 
the fateful years of war and the beginning of reconstruction there 
was a net loss of 7,379 from 1917 to 1919. The tide turned in 1920. 
The gains for the three years of 1920-22 has been 51,741. The high- 
tide was in 1921 with a gain of 26,671. This year it has been 
17,797. 

Forward-looking policies now make it possible for Sunday Schools 
to be as efficient as other human activities in the same community 
and this is just as it should be. In equipment God's people ought 
to furnish as good a house as they furnish for educational facilities 
for their children. In organization a Sunday School ought to be 
equal to that of schools and industry. In real teaching the workers 
ought to be as well prepared and as effective as workers in in- 
dustry and school rooms. Many communities are realizing these 
things and responding to duty and opportunity, but sad to say, 
many others have no vision yet. 

SOME MARKS OP SUCCESS 

Memhership has already been mentioned. It is fine to know more 
and more people go to Sunday School, but right here in the bounds 
of our Convention where we have 265,496 people in our Sunday 
Schools there are at least 500,000 others who belong to our consti- 
tuency and go to no Sunday School. Here is a big task. 



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Building and Equipment are being improved as never before. Dur- 
ing 1922 over 100 new or remodeled church, houses are being built. 
If all facts could be obtained, we could show that we will spend next 
year $1,000,000.00 on North Carolina Baptist church houses^ — almost 
as much as we spend for all seventy-five million objects. 

Teacher Training is growing as never before. The first three 
years after the eventful date of May, 1919, saw this work grow in 
the South as follows: Diplomas, 51,444 to 91,619; Red Seals, 8,916 to 
17,686; Blue Seals, 4,277 to 8,003. This means we did nearly as much 
in these three years as during the preceding eighteen years. 

North Carolina is well to the front in this basal Sunday School 
work. During this convention year we have received 1,542 diplomas, 
345 Red Seals, 113 Blue Seals and 4,766 awards for all books taken. 
This is our best year, but next year ought to double this achieve- 
ment and will if our pastors, superintendents and teachers take their 
tasks seriously. 

Standard Sunday Schools are growing in numbers and favor. To 
date twenty-six have reached this Honor Roll for this year as fol- 
lows: Double Springs, Shiloh, Riverside, Mt. View, Buie's Creek, 
Olive Chapel, Orphanage, Asheboro Street-Greensboro, Apex, Im- 
manuel-Greenville, Spring Branch, Coats, Mars Hill, Colerain, Har- 
rellsville, Hebron, Dunn, Salisbury-First, Clayton, Cedar Fork, 
Meherrin, Shelby-First, Rutherfordton, Capehart's, Holly Springs 
and West End-Asheville. 

Two of these. Double Springs and Dunn, have reached the Ad- 
vanced or AA-1 Standard. There are only four other such Sunday 
Schools in the Southern Baptist Convention. Our aims next year 
ought to bring us to fifty Standard Schools and five or more AA-1 
Schools. 

New Sunday Schools are being organized every year. It has been 
the policy of the secretary to have a Sunday School in every church. 
From 1910 to 1916 there were organized from his oflace 530 new 
Sunday Schools. During the next three years barely seventy-five 
were added. During the last three years the number of new Sunday 
Schools has been 75-67 and 49, respectively, or 191 in the three years. 
This feature of the work means, about 800 new Sunday Schools dur- 
ing the present secretaryship. Of course these schools are all in 
weak churches. They die and have to be started again, but this is 
worth while. The policy will be continued as long as there is need 
for one more Baptist Sunday School in North Carolina. 

THE WORI^ERS 
The General Secretary is now making his fifteenth report. He 
•began June 1, 1908. For all these years he has tried to serve God 



MiisruTEs OF Session 1922 71 

and the denomination faithfully. During this year he has worked 
as far as his strength would allow. During the spring a few weeks 
of rest became necessary, but since May 15 there has been no let-up. 
He looks to the future with more of hopefulness for larger and 
better Sunday Schools than at any time during ten years. 

A. L. Stephetis, Black Mountain, N. C, as Field Worker in 
the West has made a large place for himself in the hearts of the 
people. Until May he did great work in institutes and training 
schools. While suffering with deep cold with a sore throat tubercu- 
losis germs found him a ready subject. He stayed at his post 
heroically until September "putting across" from his office his part of 
the great summer campaign. Then it became imperative that he 
take treatment under best conditions. Since October 1 he has been 
in the State Sanatorium for tuberculosis fighting like a man this 
dread disease. He seems to be improving and all of us will hope 
and pray that this useful man will soon be able to be at his post 
again. 

Jasper N. Barnette began March 1 as Field Worker in the 
East. His home is Dunn, N. C. Mr. Barnette had won marvelous 
success in his local Sunday School and in the Summer Campaign 
of 1921. Our confidence in him has not been misplaced. He is a 
real discovery for our situation just now. We have had no more 
successful worker. During the nine months of service he has con- 
ducted more than fifty institutes — really a year's work. His services 
are being sought at much larger salary than the board is paying 
him. It would be a calamity to lose such an effective worker at this 
hour. 

Mis. Lydia Yates Hilliard, Raleigh, N. C, is closing her second 
year's work. Our people did not know the place of Elementary 
work when she began, but now her services are in demand far be- 
yond her ability to meet it. She tries to spend one week in each 
month in the office. She is in touch with over 1,000 Elementary 
workers. She is trying to organize Elementary Leagues in associa- 
tions and cities, and success is coming along this line. There is no 
greater need in our denominational activities than to adequately 
meet the needs of our children in our Sunday Schools. 

Special Workers will be named in a discussion of The Summer 
Campaign. 

This work is a part of a south-wide policy of the Sunday School 
Board, Nashville, Tenn. The board pays one-half the expenses and 
the several State boards the other half. We have been working under 
this policy in a limited way for several years. There was marked 
success in 1921. The last Convention authorized a larger campaign 
for this year. 



72 N. C. Baptist State Coxventiok" 

C. E. Maddry, corresponding secretary, planned a unified cam- 
paign involving all the departments of the board. Fifteen of the 
forty-five workers were assigned to the Sunday School Department. 

These Workers were Misses Mary Sue Hunt and Ursula Vinson and 
J. P. Crouch, P. A. Hicks, J. C. Hough, J. L. Jones, H. L, Nichols, 
E. L. Roberts, R. G. Stephens, J. J. Slattery, J. K. Stiles, N. C. 
Teague, P. E. White, W. W. Williams and F. T. Woodward. Sev- 
eral others from the other departments did some work for Sunday 
Schools. 

The 7-estilts can never be known, but a few facts will give some 
idea of the scope of it: 

Number of Institutes 271 

Churches represented 496 

Pastors present 231 

Enrollment in classes 10,114 

Others present 8,225 

Diplomas, Seals and Certificates 2,030 

To have carried a modern Sunday School message to practically 
every section of North Carolina to nearly 20,000 people in 496 
churches must mean the beginning of a new day in our Sunday 
Schools. To fail to carry this message to these churches again and 
to over 1,300 other country and village churches would be catas- 
trophic. 

The Cost is the first thing thought of by many people. The last 
Convention authorized a rural campaign to cost $4,000.00. The 
Sunday School Board was to pay one-half of this and our board the 
remainder. The Sunday School Board offered more than we asked. 
The cashier's records show that the salary and travelling expenses 
of these fifteen workers for the three months was $4,650.24. Half 
of this came from the Sunday School Board's appropriation of $5,- 
000.00 for Sunday Schools and B. Y. P. U. Of course a part of Mr. 
Barnette's expenses are to be added to the amount named above. 

OUR LARGEST TASK 
Our Sunday Schools can never be what they ought to be until our 
local leaders take seriously the training of our oflicers and teachers. 
All of us know the rapid progress being made in public education. 
The current annual expense is about $16,000,000. Expenses for 
buildings, higher education and other items are as much more. 
One item is at least $1,500,000 a year for training teachers for our 
public schools. 



Minutes of Session 1922 73 

We beg, we plead with our people to enlist and train their work- 
ers. Full information will be given on request. Next year we ouglit 
to issue 2,500 diplomas and 10,000 awards for all the courses. 

SOME GENERAL ITEMS 

In the office the secretary has had more to do than could be done. 
With only half the time of an office secretary, he could not do 
what was needed to be done. In not making provision for doing this 
part of the work we are "penny wise and pound foolish." Following 
up the field work has been only partly done. The Correspondence 
Course in Teacher Training needs daily attention. The sending of 
tracts should ever be a large factor in the work. 

We acknoioledge the generous cooperation of the Sunday School 
Board and its workers. During the year in our various meetings 
we have had Dr. Van Ness, Dr. Burroughs, Dr. Beauchamp, Dr. 
Spilman, Mr. Flake, Mr. Strickland, Dr. Wiley, Miss Williams, Miss 
Frost and Miss Forbes. All these have rendered service of ines- 
timable value without any cost to our State work. 

Dr. Van Ness has expressed great satisfaction at the success of 
our Summer Campaign and of our general policies and plans. He 
stands ready to "go halves" with us as far as we can go for the 
betterment of our country Sunday Schools. 

RECOMMENDATIONS 
We face the future with hope. We have really gone forward in 
a great way during the last two years. We name several definite 
things: 

1. Persistent effort to reach more people for the Sunday School 
and provide for them an adequate organization. 

2. Extensive and sane building for better class work. We urge 
every church contemplating building or remodeling to consult the 
Secretary or the Architectural Department, Nashville, Tenn. 

3. Teacher Training that will try to put every worker in intelli- 
gent touch through tracts, institutes and books with approved plans 
for doing Sunday School work. 

4. That the present number of regular workers be continued and 
that a summer campaign for country and village churches be 
conducted to cost not less than $3,000.00. 

5. That the office be furnished a full-time stenographer or office 
secretary. 

IV. DepartTnent of Bajitist Young Peoples Union. 

The greatest and most effective agency for the training of young 
Christians is the Baptist Young People's Union. This department 



74 N^. C, Baptist State Convention- 

of our work, like all the others, had its day of small things. But 
it has at last come into its own in a wonderful way. We have 
organized over four hundred unions since our last Convention. The 
idea has caught the imagination and gripped the thought of our 
young people in a wonderful way. The country churches are be- 
ginning to organize their young people in a way that cheers the 
heart and brings nearer the day when our young people in the 
country churches will have a vital and worthy part in the life of 
the church. We look forward with joy to the time when every boy 
and girl and young man and young woman in every church shall 
have the opportunity to make all out of themselves and their lives 
that God wants them to be. Secretaries Morgan and Farabow have 
given themselves this year with untiring energy and devoted zeal to 
the work of organizing and training the young people in the churches. 
We feel that we are especially fortunate in having these efllcient 
and devoted leaders in the work of our B. Y. P. U. The demand 
is such that we could keep ten such people busy in organizing and 
toning up the B. Y. P. U. work in North Carolina, and the depart- 
ment ought to be strengthened just as soon as possible. 
We submit below the report of the B. Y. P. U. secretaries: 

DEPARTMENT OF BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION 
Report of Peeey Moegan, General Secretary 

1. Our Gratitude to God. We are humbly and deeply grateful to 
our Heavenly Father for the success of the past year. Our work has 
moved forward in a marvelous way. Everywhere it has been ac- 
corded that reception which we believe and feel its importance de- 
serves. In the providence of God such recognition has been giveii 
it as to enable it to function as a mighty factor in ministering to 
one of the most vital needs in our churches, thus helping to save 
a great situation which now confronts and has confronted our de- 
nomination during the year. In many ways the work has expe- 
rienced large growth which we regard as providential and for which 
we are deeply grateful to our Heavenly Father. 

2. Some Readjustments. Increased growth and activity in our 
department necessitated some readjustments in our system of grad- 
ing. On April 1, in accordance with the plans of the B. Y. P< U. 
of the South, we began grading our constituency into three depart- 
ments as follows. Juniors 9 to 12 and Intermediates 13 to 16 years 
of age. Seniors 17 up. Each department has its own standard and 
program material adapted especially to the needs of young Christians 
of these ages. 



Minutes of Session 1922 75 

3. Increased Numbers. The number of B. Y. F. U.'s has increased 
above all former years, having gone from 611 to 1,025 which is an 
increase of 414 or a fraction over 671/2 per cent. There are well 
organized city unions in Hickory, Raleigh, Wilmington, Durham, 
Greensboro, Charlotte, Winston-Salem, Concord, Asheville, Gastonia, 
New Bern, Rocky Mount and Statesville which reinforce the work of 
the local unions in the churches of these cities. The associational 
idea is being promulgated and the number of associational organ- 
izations is increasing. The following associations have been or- 
ganized: Raleigh, Central, Robeson, Wilmington, Gaston, Sandy 
Run, West Chowan, Roanoke, Mecklenburg-Cabarrus, Johnston, 
Eastern, Little River, Yancey, Buncombe, Mount Zion, Kings Moun- 
tain, Piedmont, Pilot Mountain, Bladen, Neuse-Atlantic, Tar River 
and Green River. Eight of these were organized during this con- 
ventional year. 

4. The Field. The time spent in the field by the general workers 
was 559 days. Much of this time was taken up in training schools, 
institutes and conferences, at central and strategic points, which 
consumed from one to five days each. Large emphasis was placed 
upon the educational value of the work and the pressing need of 
more organizations in the churches. 

5. The Office. The increased number of organizations and en- 
larged activities of the department have, of course, increased the 
volume of the oflSce work. To aid in dispatching correspondence 
and to make it possible for the general workers to devote the maxi- 
mum of time and effort to field and executive work. Miss Rosa Wiggs 
was employed on May 1, as stenographer in the Departments of 
Enlistment and B. Y. P. U., giving only half her time to this de- 
partment. From the office the Summer Rural Campaign was di- 
rected, hundreds of letters written, thousands of circular letters 
distributed, a schedule of activities for the B. Y. P. U.'s worked 
out and distributed, about five hundred news items and short articles 
written for the B. Y. P. U. columns in the Biblical Recorder, ten 
thousand pieces of publicity matter distributed in the interest of 
assemblies, as well as working out the B. Y. P. U. State Convention 
program, editing and distributing the minutes of the convention. 

6. School and College Unions. We are pleased to report that the 
work in our educational centers was never in finer shape. In all 
our schools, save two, B. Y. P. U. takes first place in student religious 
activities. There are now 41 B. Y. P. U.'s in these institutions. 
The number of these organizations reaching the standard is in- 
creasing yearly. Mars Hill College led in the work last year and 
holds, for the fifth consecutive year, the banner for school unions, 
with Wake Forest a close second. 



76 ]Sr. C. Baptist State Convention 

7. Standard Unions. One of the most difficult features of our 
work is the securing of proper and sufficient data to enable us 
to determine the exact status of each union regarding its standing 
with reference to our standard of grading. During the year 1907 
unions reached the standard and were recognized as A-1 unions. 

8. State Convention. The annual B. Y. P. U. Convention held 
at New Bern, June 13-15, measured up in every way to the high 
standard set by the conventions of former years. The attendance 
exceeded twelve hundred. There were 99 volunteers for definite 
Christian service. Other outstanding features of the Convention were 
addresses by T. C. Gardner, State Secretary of B. Y. P. U. for 
Texas, Charles E. Maddry and those of our own beloved North 
Carolina pastors and young people who appeared on the program. 

9. Moimtain AssemTjly. The Western Assembly at Mars Hill was 
advertised and put over largely under the direction of the B. Y. P. U. 
department. This assembly was well attended and was a great in- 
spiration to all who took advantage of it. 

10. Sttidy Course Work. As last year, March 12-19 was generally 
observed as Study Course Week. The B. Y. P. U. curriculum now 
has ten books. For faithful work done in these courses of study 
by our young people 8,009 awards were issued. Of these 5,568 were 
for the course in methods taken the first time and for which a 
diploma was given. Other books taken and the number of awards 
given were as follows: 

"Second Course in Methods," 625. 

"Third Course in Methods," 203. 

"Training in Church Membership," 308. 

"Training in Stewardship," 511. 

"Training in the Baptist Spirit," 187. 

"Training in Bible Study," 56. 

"Training in Christian Service," 333. 

"Pilgrim's Progress for the B. Y. P. U.," 18. 

"I and II Divisions of the Normal Manual," 200. 

11. Our Juniors and Intermediates. The gracious results achieved 
in these departments of our B. Y. P. U. fully prove the wisdom of 
employing a whole time secretary for the work. The growth of 
interest and activity among our Juniors and Intermediates in all 
phases of church life during the year has been phenomenal. 

Happy the day for North Carolina when we all realize the ever- 
lasting importance of Christian growth and development beginning 
in the hearts and lives of our converts on the day after their baptism 
Whether they be young in years or young in the Christian life. 



Minutes of Session 1922 77 

We give glad testimony to the efficiency and faithfulness of the 
work of Miss Elma Leigh Farahow, who is spending her life un- 
selfishly and without reserve in the service of the denomination 
among our younger Christians. No person of our knowledge within 
the Baptist ranks of North Carolina is doing more to instill in the 
hearts and minds of our boys and girls the spirit of service and the 
spirit of Jesus than is the servant of the denomination and of the 
Master. 

12. Our Deepest Concern. Our deepest concern now is, more 
than ever, for the future efficiency of our churches. "Safe as the 
Rock of Ages" are we in saying that if we are careful and diligent 
to conserve the possibilities wrapped up in the youth of our churches 
the time will speedily come when we will have a trained consti- 
tuency that will completely and effectively revolutionize the life 
of the same. May North Carolina Baptists seize upon the oppor- 
tunity, which is now golden, to conserve, harness and develop 
the wonderful and powerful mines and reservoirs of unused spiritual 
and material resources lying dormant in the hearts and lives of our 
fine young people. 

SUMMER RURAL CAMPAIGN 

For the first time in the history of our work we undertook to 
conduct a summer campaign in village and rural churches. Twelve 
special workers were employed in this campaign. They were: 
Misses Lela Cobb and Cora Lee Cannon; Fred Womack, G. W. Davis, 
A. S. Gillespie, Hoyt Backwell, F. L. Hipps, B. L. West, J. B. 
Parker, G. G. Earp, W. C. Lynch, and Roy A. Morris. In addition 
to these, the workers employed in the W. M. U., Evangelistic and 
Enlistment Departments gave attention to B. Y. P. U. work, obtain- 
ing some of the results reported below. 

All of the twelve special workers did not do full three months' 
work. Some of them left the field in time to return to their college 
work the latter part of August. A total of 902 days' work was done. 
The following is a summary of the work done: 

Churches visited 276 

Institutes held 212 

Enrolled in classes 5,716 

Visitors not enrolled in classes 9,148 

Awards given 2,179 

Conversions 69 

B. Y. P. U.'s organized 119 

Dedications 773 

Books sold 597 



78 N. C. Baptist State Convention 

In addition to the above the workers took subscriptions to our de- 
nominational papers, distributed tracts, enlisted large numbers in 
daily Bible reading and did many other things to tone up the 
work in general in the churches visited. This work has been fol- 
lowed up by personal correspondence from the office and, in many 
cases, the office forces paid subsequent visits to the new organiza- 
tions. 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

We gratefully acknowledge our indebtedness: 

1. To the State Board of Missions for the generous and hearty 
support given our work. 

2. To the Baptist Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tenn., for the 
generous contribution made to our work, for the liberal supply of 
free literature furnished our department for distribution through our 
office, and for sending to us T. C. Gardner, of Texas, who con- 
tributed so much to the success of our State Convention. 

3. To the Biblical Recorder and its management for the liberal 
use of space in the paper for the discussion of B. Y. P. U. work and 
for news notes concerning it. 

RECOMMENDATIONS 

1. We most earnestly recommend to the Convention and to the 
incoming Board of Missions that adequate appropriations be made 
for the proper maintenance of this important phase of our work. 

2. That, as conditions warrant, the Summer Campaign idea be 
carried out even in a larger way than was attempted this year. 

3. We earnestly petition the pastors and church leaders through- 
out the State to command the services of our department, using 
our office, and workers in every way possible to promulgate the 
work and to reinforce what has already been done in the churches. 

4. That our churches assume more seriously than ever the respon- 
sibility and task of training our constituency, placing the training 
service under church control by electing the B. Y. F. U. officers, 
publicly installing them, recognizing them as church officers, calling 
upon them for reports and supporting the work financially. 

5. That the churches seriously consider for themselves and 
the young people the importance of attendance upon our general 
meetings, such as District Associations, B. Y. P. U. Conventions and 
Training Schools, the Baptist State Convention and the Southern 
Baptist Convention. 

6. We most earnestly recommend that our churches designate one 
week each year as "Training Week" during which time courses of 
study may be given in B. Y. P. U. and other phases of our church 
work. 



Minutes of Session 1922 79 

v. DepartTTient of Womari's Missionary Union 

The Woman's Missionary Union continues its noble mission of 
high endeavor and sacrificial service among the churches. We hate 
to think where North Carolina would stand today in the matter 
of efficiency and progress in the work of the Kingdom, if we had 
been deprived of the unselfish and sacrificial service of the Woman's 
Missionary Union in the churches. Wherever we have an organized 
and devoted band of women in the church, the problem of missions 
and benevolence is already solved. How we long for the time to 
come when the men of our churches will be as intelligent, loyal, and 
zealous in the cause of Christ as our noble women. When that day 
comes, North Carolina Baptists will be the mightiest host for the on- 
going of God's Kingdom on earth. 

Too much credit for the success of the work cannot be given to 
Mrs. W. N. Jones for her unselfish, untiring and devoted service in 
the interest of the W. M. U. work among the North Carolina 
churches. She has given of her time without limit; traveled thou- 
sands of miles; delivered scores of addresses and in every way 
given herself whole-heartedly to the work of Christ in the churches, 
and all without a cent of cost to the denomination. With her has 
labored a noble band of women from the churches in Raleigh. Too 
much praise cannot be given to Mrs. W. H. Reddish, Miss Elsie 
Hunter and Miss Mary Warren for the success of the work this year. 
Mrs. Reddish and Miss Hunter have both been laid aside a part of 
the year because of over-work and sickness. Miss Warren succeeded 
Mrs. Reddish in the secretaryship and has rendered intelligent and 
valuable service in the Reinforcement Campaign. We give below 
the detailed report of the secretary "of the W. M. U. Department: 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 
With but four exceptions, our Woman's Missionary Union has re- 
corded each year since its organization an increase in gifts to the 
various objects of the Baptist State Convention, and it was with a 
feeling of disappointment that last year at our annual meeting in 
Charlotte we reported a total contribution for the year $298,694,24, 
115,310.76 less than the total the year previous of $314,000.04. That 
progress was made along all other lines of our activity did not 
lessen this disappointment, as the primary purpose of our organiza- 
tion, as stated in our constitution, is to stimulate the missionary 
spirit and the giving among the women and children, and of aiding 
in the collection of funds for missionary purposes. Because of this 
fact, all through the present year, we have stressed in all of our 
meetings, the payment of the proportionate part of our campaign 
pledges. 



80 ]^. C. Baptist State Coxvejsttion 

Since the beginning of the campaign counting gifts from May, 
1919, we have paid to date over $900,000.00. In the apportionment 
for the $75,000,000.00 we were asked for $1,100,000.00, an amount 
that we will exceed by May, 1923, but our women through their 
societies and churches pledged, not this amount, but $2,167,000.00, 
and every effort possible will be made to redeem this large vol- 
untary pledge. 

We report an efficient organization covering fifty-six associations. 
Meetings were held in fifty-one of these associations. Nearly all 
of them were attended by officers of our union. In the associations 
in which we have no active W. M. U. organization, we find very 
small gifts to missions from the churches, and one of the objectives 
of our union is to reach the women in these associations, and enlist 
them in missionary activities. In this effort we ask the sympathy 
and cooperation of the pastors of our State. 

The North Carolina Union leads the South in its young people's 
\York, so far as gifts are concerned, both the Sunbeams and the Y. W. 
A. reporting the largest contribution of any State at the Convention 
at Jacksonville, the State as a whole holding fourth place in point 
of contributions. 

At our Baptist Woman's Training School at Louisville, Ky., we 
had last year twenty students, fifteen holding scholarships. This 
number has been exceeded the present session. 

Interest along the lines of Mission Study has been greatly in- 
creased. Tithing and Stewardship have been stressed all over the 
State and the number of tithers added the past year was 1,394, bring- 
ing the total to 2,598. This is but the beginning of this phase of our 
work. 

The following is the statistical and financial record for the year: 

Number societies on roll 2,112 

Number societies reporting 1,768 

Number new organizations 264 

Number associations having W. M. U. organizations 56 

Number women enlisted 39,491 

Number letters and postals written 3,591 

Number letters and postals written by associational Supts.. 19,779 

Circular letters from office 12,535 

Manuals, Minutes, Year Books and other literature 212,868 

Miles traveled by officers 8,208 

Meetings attended by officers 63 

Miles traveled by superintendents 13,449 



MixuTEs OF Session" 1922 81 

EXPENSES 

Paid from W. M. U. Expense Fund $1,464.97 

Paid by State Mission Board 3,920.01 



Total $5,293.88 

SUMMARY OF TREASURER'S REPORT 

From Woman's Missionary Societies $244,919.70 

From Young Woman's Auxiliaries 29,086.80 

From Girls Auxiliaries 5,356.95 

From Sunbeams 13,878.49 

From Royal Ambassadors 2,895.35 

From Education Board S. B. C. for W. M. U. Training 

Scliool at Louisville 2,556.95 



Total $298,694.24 

Total contributions January 1, 1886 to February 28, 1922, a period 
of 36 years, $1,485,341.63. 

Total contributions since beginning of campaign: 

May 1919-1920 $174,329.98 

May 1920-1921 314,004.00 

May 1921-1922 298,694.24 

Total $787,028.22 

In the three years from May, 1919 to May 1922, the gifts of the 
Woman's Missionary Union exceeded by $88,714.81 the gifts of the 
thirty-three years preceding the 75 Million Campaign. To the 
corresponding secretary of the Baptist State Convention, the editor 
of the Recorder, the pastors of the State, and to all whose loyalty 
and cooperation have made these large results possible, we would 
express our grateful appreciation. 

Mrs. Wesley N. Joxes, President W. M. U., 
Miss Mary Warrex, Co^Tes ponding Secretary, 
Miss Elsie K. Hunter, Treasurer, 
Mrs. J. D. Boushall, Recording Secretary, 
Mrs. R. N. Simms, Y. W. A. Secretary, 
Miss Elizabeth N. Briggs, Junior Secretary. 
VI. Department of Evangelism. 

A little more than a year ago we created the Department of 
Evangelism and elected Herman T. Stevens Superintendent, and 
J. L. Jenkins, B. Townsend and W. G. Hughes as evangelists. These 



82 ]Sr, C. Baptist State Co]N'VEi!fTiON 

men have held meetings in many waste places in the State, as well 
as strong churches. They report a wonderful year's work. It is 
very encouraging to report that the department is rapidly becoming 
self-sustaining. As soon as the incrome will justify it, we ought 
to put another man in the extreme western part of the State. The 
following report of Superintendent Stevens will tell the story of 
the year's achievements in detail: 

DEPARTMENT OP EVANGELISM 
Herman T. Ste\-ens, Siiperintendent of Evangelism 

It is with joy and gratitude to God that the Department of 
EJvangelism brings its first report to the board. The statistics that 
accompany this report will show something of the results that have 
attended the labors of the evangelists. The workers have labored 
under almost every possible condition, going from the weakest of our 
mission points to the strongest of our churches. They have given 
themselves to the winning of the lost, the building up of the churches 
and the carrying forward of our whole denominational program. 

Besides the work done shown in the table of statistics the fol- 
lowing quotations will give some idea of the other work done by 
the evangelists. 

"Paid on church debt $432.55. Collected $25,00 to start plastering 
the church. Elected church oflBcers as they had none. Ordained 
three deacons. Added $130.00 to pastor's salary. At Cedar Falls 
started from nothing — organized at the close of the meeting with 
23 members, elected deacons, trustees, etc. The church now has 
about 40 members. Took offering for the building fund, raised 
$21.00 for the Orphanage. Organized W. M. U. and Royal Ambassa- 
dors. Took pledges for 75 Million Campaign. Took pledges for 
home expenses for the coming year. At Sparta found two resi- 
dent members, no preaching in the church building in five years, 
reorganized the church, called a pastor; the church now has about 
twenty-five members. Started a movement to build a new church. 
Raised the money to buy two pastors automobiles (Dodges). Pas- 
tor's salary increased $400. Raised the money to send the pastor 
to the Southern Baptist Convention." 

Many more quotations might be given but these are enough to 
show something of the work the men have been doing. At Dobson, 
Sparta, Snow Hill, Newton, Cedar Fall, Elk Park, Angler, Manteo 
and many other mission points great meetings were held. With 
great hopes we expect the new year to be our best. Humbly we 
beg the prayers of our pastors and churches. Surely we need your 
prayers and sympathy. We often get lonely and homesick, but we 



Minutes of Session 1922 83 

all feel that we are doing the work God would have us do. We 
are his servants and your fellow workers. We long to help in every 
way we possibly can. We wish to urge the pastors and churches 
to arrange with the workers in plenty of time. Make the fullest and 
most thorough preparation for the meeting. Have list of unsaved 
made out. Much depends upon what is done before the meeting 
begins. 

OUR FINANCIAL PLAN 

In order to meet the expenses of the Department of Evangelism 
it is desired that wherever meetings are held the largest and most 
liberal offerings be made. This is what would be done if other 
help were secured, and the churches are thus making returns for 
value received. Each church is asked to pay the traveling expenses 
of the evangelist, giving this amount In a separate check. This 
along with all local expenses, such as printing, etc., can be easily 
met by basket offerings at the beginning of the meeting. During 
the last week of the meeting an offering is taken, by envelope or 
othrwise, and turned over to the evangelist and by him is sent to 
the State Mission Board. 

The following men are now on the staff. 

H. T. Stevens, 715 Keogh Street, Greensboro, N. C, Superintendent. 

J. L. Jenkins, Maxton, N. C. 

B. Townsend, Buie's Creek, N. C. 

W. G. Hughes, 636 Park Street, Statesville, N. C. 

STATISTICS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR, 1921-1922 
Days of actual service 99g 



Services conducted 



1,628 



Sermons and addresses 1 60S 

Personal workers' conferences held 175 

Professed conversions 2 097 

Additions by baptism 1^461 

Additions by letter and otherwise 571 

Total additions 2 032 

Volunteers for Christian service 427 

Signers of Bible Readers' League 2,288 

Family altars established 2,468 

Promises to tithe 618 

Addresses and conferences on State Missions 33 

Shops, factory, schools and street meetings 98 

Estimated total attendance at these meetings 21,325 

Pages of tracts distributed (estimated) 210,425 

Testaments, Bibles and books sold 326 



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Subscriptions for the Biblical Recorder " 135 

Collection for Evangelism $ 7,930.45 

Collection for expenses , 295.62 

Collection for State Missions 64.14 

Collection for 75 Million Fund 20.00 

Number of new pledges for 75 Million Fund 22 

Amount Paid Evangelists 10,624.93 

Amount of expenses 768.33 

VII. Department of Church Building. 

We are in the midst of the greatest era of church building North 
Carolina Baptists have ever known. We are literally swamped with 
applications for aid on church buildings. When the present admin- 
istration began two years ago, there were more than $18,000. out- 
standing obligations and promises on church buildings that had 
not been paid. We have done the very best we could with the money 
at our disposal. We could easily spend a quarter of a million dollars 
for church buildings on State Mission points every year and not 
waste a dollar. There is imperative need that we shall go into cer- 
tain county towns and rapidly growing industrial centers and build 
adequate church and Sunday School equipment at once. Our cause 
is suffering and our people are discouraged in many places, because 
they have nowhere to meet and are unable to provide equipment for 
themselves. 

We wish to ask the Convention to give serious consideration to this 
phase of our work, as it is now the most serious cause of misun- 
derstanding and criticism of any department of the work. Many 
churches really believe that the Mission Board has unlimited funds 
for building purposes, and when we are unable to assist in a par- 
ticular case, there is often misunderstanding and hard feelings. We 
have set aside for the past two years the sum of five thousand dol- 
lars per year for new building enterprises. This together with the 
amounts already promised before the beginning of 1921, makes the 
total amounts spent this year as follows: 

Jacks Creek % 100.00 

Waughtown 500.00 

:Mineral Springs 250.00 

East Marion 500.00 

Franklin 750.00 

Hales Chapel 150.00 

Asheley Heights 165.00 

Mountain Park 500.00 

North Roxboro 104.14 



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Newland 1,700.00 

Morganton 50.00 

Massey Hill 400.00 

Star 1,000.00 

Dobson 400.00 

Ranlo 250.00 

El Dorado 250.00 

North Lake 100.00 

Haynes Memorial 500.00 

Haymore Memorial 610.00 

Murfreesboro 2,000.00 

Wingate 1,000.00 

Total $11,279.14 

In addition to the above, we have on file now in the office ap- 
plications for help on buildings from thirty-six churches totaling 
$31,350.00. We are anxious to do the right thing, and wish we could 
please everybody, but it can be seen at once, that it will be many 
years before we can ever catch up with the demand with the small 
amount of money at our disposal each year. We ask the Conven- 
tion for definite instructions about this particular department. 

CHAPEL HILL CHURCH 
Acting under instructions given by the last Convention, your Com- 
mittee on the Chapel Hill Church, consisting of Archibald Johnson, 
J. E. W-elsh, F. P. Hobgood, Collier Cobb and Charles E. Maddry, 
proceeded with the matter of the new building. We secured the 
most commanding site in Chapel Hill for a Baptist Church, just 
across the street from the northeast corner of the campus. The 
lots cost $11,000. We let the contract to Salmon, Ship and Poe, of 
Durham, for a house to cost, everything included except pipe organ, 
for $120,000. It is of pure Greek, classic design, in splendid keeping 
with the architecture of the University buildings and will be ade- 
quate for the student work and the work of the local church for 
many years to come. At the beginning of the 75 Million Cam- 
paign, the State Board made an appropriation of $30,000 for this 
building and the Home Board was asked for a like amount. The 
Home Board three years ago, made an appropriation for $4,000, but 
at that time we were not ready to begin the construction of the 
house, and the appropriation lapsed. Since then the Home Board 
has declined to make further appropriations for church building 
because of their burdensome debt. At the last Convention we were 
instructed to borrow $50,000 for five years and proceed with the 



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construction of the house. We have done this and submit to this 
Convention a report by an expert accountant showing tlie details 
of this transaction. The local Chapel Hill church "will be able to 
put about $20,000 into the proposition in three years. The building 
is rapidly going up and will be completed in the spring. We ask 
for further instructions from the Convention. The Committee on 
the Chapel Hill Church will submit an itemized report of the whole 
transaction some time during the Conventioji. 

THE PULLEN MEMORIAL CHURCH 
The Pullen Memorial church of Raleigh, decided to move to West 
Raleigh and build a church and Sunday School house adequate to 
care for the spiritual needs of the great number of Baptist students 
in the A. and E. College. The Executive Committee, to whom the mat- 
ter was referred by the Board of Missions, made an appropriation 
of $16,000 on the Sunday School unit of this church. The Pullen 
estate paid some $35,000 toward the cost of this building, the State 
Board $8,000 and the local church some $25,000. The building is well 
arranged for student work and will take care of the needs of the 
A. and E. College until we can complete the building at a later date. 

THE STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN 
We have 315 Baptist girls at the State College for Women at 
Greensboro. Forest Avenue Church is the logical church for the 
Baptist students to attend. We recommend that a committee be 
appointed by this Convention to consider the situation at this place 
and report some recommendation to this session of the Convention. 

"I WAS IN PRISON AND YE VISITED ME NOT" 
There are hundreds of men and women in jails, county convict 
camps, houses of correction, State penitentiary and State camps. 
Nearly 50 per cent of these prisoners are from Baptist parentage 
or Baptist inheritance. That means that the Baptists of North 
Carolina are responsible before God and men for the moral, spiritual 
and eternal destiny of nearly one-half of this great host of delin- 
quents and unfortunates among us. What are we doing about it? 
Absolutely nothing in an organized or ofl&cial way. Of course, here 
and there we find faithful, zealous pastors who are preaching to 
these shut-in's and doing what they can to bring to them the saving 
power of the blessed Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. Surely the 
King on His throne will have to say to the more than 300,000 Bap- 
tists of North Carolina: "I was in prison and ye visited me not." 
What are we going to do about it? It has become a great burden 
on the heart and conscience of your secretary and we bring it to you 



Minutes of Session 1922 87 

and ask for instructions. We earnestly and urgently recommend that 
the Board of Missions be instructed to employ a prison evangelist 
for all or a part of his time, as the judgment and wisdom of the 
board may dictate. Let us remember that there will be no financial 
support or remuneration coming out of this work, but that it will 
mean a straight-out investment for the honor and glory of our 
Redeemer. We await your instructions on this vital matter. 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES 
North Carolina is making wonderful progress in public education. 
No State in the South is making such strides in the education of 
all the people. Eight years ago, the State was spending something 
like $4,000,000 on elementary schools. Last session of 1921-1922 
North Carolina spent $16,000,000 for common schools. In eighteen 
months the State has spent $12,000,000 on school houses. Approxi- 
mately $42,000,000 has been spent by North Carolina for public edu- 
cation in one year. There are 550 High Schools in the State. Four 
hundred and fifty of them are out in the country. There are six 
State Schools for higher education, with the following enrollment of 
Baptist students: 

University 474 

A. and E. College 348 

State College for Women 315 

Eastern Carolina Training School 105 

Cullowhee Normal 60 

Appalachian Training School 150 

In these six State schools there are 1,452 Baptist students. In 
addition to these we have some sixteen Baptist schools and colleges 
with a total enrollment of 4,633 students. This makes a total of 
6,085 Baptist students in schools and colleges in North Carolina, to 
say nothing of the thousands in the 550 High Schools of the State. 
What are we doing for the training of these students in missions, 
stewardship, B. Y. P. U. and Sunday School teacher training? Very 
little even in our Baptist Schools and nothing at all in the State 
schools. We are neglecting shamefully this army of young Baptist 
life in the State. Our Sunday School and Baptist Young People's 
Departments are wholly unable to do this work in an adequate way. 
We need sorely, a young man, splendidly equipped and thoroughly 
trained for this special student work, to give all of his time to 
student activities. He could be a representative of all our Baptist 
schools as he went through the State, and he could help the local 
pastors at our school centers to organize, enlist, train and utilize 
the army of young Baptist life now going to waste, in a large way. 
in all of our schools. 



88 X. C. Baptist State CoxvENTioisr 

We therefore ask the Convention to consider the advisability of 
creating tlie Department of Religious Education, with three sub- 
divisions, viz: 

Sunday Schools 
Baptist Young People's Union 
Student Activities 
each with a directing head and all under the corresponding sec- 
retary of the Convention. 

One year ago the Convention passed the following resolution, in- 
troduced by the lamented C. W. Wilson: 

"Resolved, 1st. That the Board of Missions be instructed to give 
full and prayerful consideration to the need for an enlarged pro- 
gram for Baptist student activities in schools and colleges. 

2nd. That the Board of Missions be authorized to make such 
provision for this work as their judgment may direct, or in their 
discretion make a recommendation for the prosecution of this work 
at the next session of this Convention. 

Respectfully submitted, 

C. W. Wilson. 

We have carefully considered the matter but did not feel that 
we ought to go further without definite instructions from the Con- 
vention. We feel profoundly that the time has now come for the 
launching of this work and we therefore ask the Convention for 
definite instructions. 

BOOK DEPARTMENT 

Eighteen months ago we organized a Book Department and made 
Cashier R. L. Middleton manager. We are glad to report that 
the department has been a great success and has filled a long- 
felt need in our denominational life. The business has grown from 
month to month until we are now doing a great business. We have 
sold more than $15,000 worth of books and supplies this year. In a 
short while we will be doing $50,000 worth of business a year. The 
Book Department has paid into the State Mission account $500.00 
in cash for the year. 

Manager R. L. Middleton has a fine grasp of the business and is 
efl^cient and enterprising. More assistance will have to be provided 
in this department in a short while. We present below the report 
of the manager, together with the report of an expert accountant 
and auditor who recently made a careful examination of the books: 



MiNUTKs OF Session 1922 89 

REPORT OF AUDIT OF BOOK DEPARTMENT OF BAPTIST 

MISSION BOARD, RALEIGH, N. C, JUNE 1, 1921 

TO OCTOBER 31, 1922 

November 8, 1922. 
Dr. Charles E. Maddky, Secretary Baptist Mission Board, Raleigh, 
North Carolina. 
My Dear Sir:— I respectfully submit the following report, the 
result of an audit of the Book Department of the Baptist Mission 
Board for a period beginning June 1, 1921, and ending October 
31, 1922. 

The books are neatly and accurately kept and I had no difficulty 
in securing the information desired. Mr. Robt. Lee Middleton, the 
cashier, is competent and efficient and thoroughly interested in his 
work. Respectfully submitted, 

J. J. Bernabd, 
Certified Public Accountant. 

BAPTIST MISSION BOARD BOOK DEPARTMENT, RALEIGH, N. C. 

June 1, 1921 to October 31, 1922 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

Receipts 

Cash Receipts for Book Sales $17,671.88 

Borrowed Money 500.00 

Interest on Savings Account * 3.91 

Total receipts $18,175 79 

DlSBUESEIMENTS 

Books and Merchandise $12,552.48 

Postage 470.80 

Freight, Express and Drayage 325.84 

Rent 160.00 

Advertising 1,292.40 

Printing and Office Supplies 279.18 

Refunds 149.73 

Salaries and Janitor 446.00 

Customers' Checks Returned No. 1 105.25 

Note Paid 500.00 

State Mission Board 500.00 

Miscellaneous Expense 18.60 



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Installing Shelves 48.44 

Traveling Expense No. 2 100.00 

Total Disbursements $16,948.72 



Balance in Banks 1,227.07 

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 
Assets 

Accounts Receivable — Due $ 1,701.60 

Inventory, Stock on Hand October 31, 1922 3,975.87 

Fixtures and Supplies 175.00 

Cash in Banks 1,227.07 

Total Assets $7,079.54 

Liabilities 

Accounts Payable $ 3,230.32 

Less Donation Sunday School Board 600.00 

Total Liabilities $2,630.32 



Net Worth October 31, 1922 $4,449.22 

Net Worth October 31, 1922 $ 4,449.22 

Original Colportage Stock — Estimated Value . . . 2,776.10 

Profit for Period $ 1,673.12 



J. J. Berxakd, 
Certified Public Accountant, Raleigh, N.G. 

HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

A good beginning has been made by the Historical Commission in 
the collection and securing of Baptist historical data. We ought to 
begin in earnest the task of writing and preserving the records of 
our glorious past. As soon as possible some man or men ought 
to be selected by the Convention to gather data and write a history 
of North Carolina Baptists. We hope the Convention will continue 
the Historical Commission and make it a permanent Department 
of the State Board. 

Chairman J. T. Alderman of the Historical Commission will sub- 
mit a detailed report to the Convention. 



Minutes of Session 1922 91 

DISTRIBUTION OP THE 75 MILLION CAMPAIGN FUNDS 

The State Mission Board is charged with the collection and dis- 
tribution of the 75 Million Campaign Funds. Cashier R. L, 
Middleton makes distribution of the funds monthly according to 
the proportions set by the North Carolina Campaign Committee be- 
fore the pledges were taken. We have lived up to that agreement 
and on the first day of the month the funds received for the month 
are divided among the various boards and institutions participating 
in the campaign. For the general information of the brotherhood 
we insert here the schedule of proportions, whereby the 75 Million 
Campaign funds are divided: 

Education 32.84 

Foreign Missions 23.89 

Orphanage 12.22 

State Missions 12.68 

Home Missions 11.87 

Ministerial Relief 4.88 

Hospital 1.62 

SUMMER ASSEMBLIES 

A program was arranged for the Seaside Assembly and some of the 
best talent in America was engaged, but the week before the as- 
sembly was to convene it was found that very few people were 
making reservations with the Wilmington Committee and the local 
committee advised that the assembly be called off. The Executive 
Committee, acting on the suggestion, authorized the secretary to 
cancel the engagement and settle with the speakers on the best 
terms possible. This was done and we ask for further instructions 
from the Convention as to the Seaside Assembly for this year. 

The second session of the Western Assembly was held at Mars Hill 
early in August and was a great success from every standpoint. We 
are making arrangements for a greater Assembly this year, and rec- 
ommend that this be made a permanent institution of the Con- 
vention. 

THE SUMMER CAMPAIGN 

Acting jointly with the Sunday School Board, a rural campaign 
was put on last summer, using Seminary students and students from 
our Baptist colleges and schools. The campaign was a glorious 
success from every standpoint and the heads of the various de- 
partments are reporting in detail the work done by these young 
brethren and sisters. We recommend that the Summer Campaign 



92 N. C. Baptist State Convention 

be continued this year with a selected group of experienced young 
people from our Seminary and that the Sunday School Board be 
requested to cooperate with us again in this great and important 
work. 

THE BIBLICAL RECORDER 
Five hundred dollars was set aside by the last Convention for 
putting the Recorder into the hands of our old preachers and others 
in the churches who were not able to take the paper. We have 
spent about $210.00 of this fund this year, and believe that much 
good has been accomplished thereby. We recommend that $200.00 
be set aside for this work for another year. 

THE CHANGE OP DATE IN THE MEETING OF THE 
CONVENTION 

We believe that the results of the year's work in a financial way, 
amply justify the change of the date of the meeting of the Conven- 
tion to Tuesday after the second Sunday in December and we hope 
very much that this time for the annual meeting of the Convention 
will be continued until after the close of the 75 Million Campaign 
period at least. 

We submit below the report of Treasurer Walters Durham, and 
Cashier R. L. Middleton for the year. 

As Cashier of the Baptist State Convention, I hereby submit the fol- 
lowing report for the year November 1, 1921 to December 1, 1922. The 
following percentages have been used in distributing the Undesignated 
75 Million Funds. 

Education $ 403,333.00 .3284 

Foreign Mis.sions 293,333.00 .2389 

Orphanage 1.50,000.00 .1222 

Home Mission 145,667.00 .1187 

State Mis.sions 1.55,667.00 .1268 

Ministerial Rehef 60,000.00 .0488 

Hospitals 20,000.00 .0162 



$1,228,000.00 100% 

The total amount paid by the Baptists of North Carolina on their 75 
Million pledges for the year November 1, 1921 to December 1, 19 22, is 
as follows: 

To Walters Durham, Treasurer, Designated Funds S126,289.30 

Walters Diu-ham, Treasurer, Undesignated Funds 583,569.19 

F. B. Hamrick, Treasurer Orphanage 196,827.33 

Sent directtoColleges, Schools, Home and Foreign Boards 49,971.14 

Direct to W. M. U. Training School 10,374.79 

Grand Total $96'3,940.75 



Minutes of Session 1922 93 



The Undesignated Funds $583,569.19, as shown in Treasurer's Report, 
less General Expenses, etc., have been disbursed as follows: 

Education $208,329.09 

Foreign Missions 1.50,293.36 

Home Missions 66, .577. 75 

State Missions 64,160.86 

Ministerial Relief 34,7.55.14 

Hospitals 11,227.31 

Orphanage 16,397.48 

Total $551,740.99 

Total as distributed to different objects $551,740.99 

Tot*al Campaign Expenses (itemized below) 31,828.20 

Total Undesignated Funds, Treas. Report $5''83,569.19 

Undesignated 75Million Funds 

Balance on hand November 9, 1921 $ 27,610.33 

Reported by Walters Durham, Treasurer 583,569.19 

Disbursements: 

Walters Durham, Treasurer $ 1,300.00 

R. L. Middleton, Cashier 2,200.00 

Miss Ivey, Record Keeper 1,700.00 

Miss Hunter, W. M. U. Treasurer 1,725.00 

Miss Warren 1,050.00 

Stenographer, W. M. U 540.00 

Janitor 130.00 

Printing 4,411.14 

Postage 1,594.00 

Travel 1,393.51 

Office Rent 474.00 

Telephone and Telegrams 427.53 

Miscellaneous Office Expense 4,510.23 

Share Expenses Conservation Comm 2,093.32 

Extra Stenographic Service in Enlistment, 

B. Y. P. U. & W. M. U 945.00 

A. C. Ham by. Salary and Expenses 1,750.00 

To Orphanage to complete quota 3,533.49 

Interest on Notes 360.00 

Reinforcement Campaign Expenses, Share 

Southwide 1,690.98 

Total $31,828.20 

Undesignated Funds transferred to Walters Durham for Credit Con- 
vention Objects: 

Education .$208,32^'.09 

Foreign Missions 150,293.36 

Home Missions 66,577.75 

State Missions 64,180.86 

Ministerial Rehef 34,755.14 

Hospitals 11,227.31 

Southern Baptist Assembly 11,968.33 

Balance on hand, Treasurer's Report 32,039.48 



Totals $611,179.52 $611,179.52 



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Education 

Debits Credits 

Balance November 9, 1921 $133,662.56 

Amoiint received as per Treasurer's Report 10,015.52 

Transferred from 75 Million Fund 208,329.09 

General Expenses: 

Salary Secretary $ 3,520.87 

Salary Stenographer 679.35 

Travelling Expenses 225.98 

Postage and Office Supplies 168.34 

Rent, Office 182.00 

Colleges and Schools: 

Wake Forest College 90,152.35 

Meredith College 73,000.00 

Chowan College 35,850.00 

Boiling Springs High School 1,350.00 

Buie's Creek Academy 4,772.00 

Delway High School 3,133.45 

Wingate High School 6,800.00 

Liberty Piedmont Institute 3,589/23 

Mars Hill College 4,000.00 

B. Pressly Smith (Seminary) 3,000.00 

Southwide Institutions 25,499.50 

Ministerial Students 10,755.50 

Balance on hand, Treasurer's Report 85,328.69 

Totals $352,007.17 $352,007.17 

State Missions 

Share Undesignated 75 Million $ 64,160.86 

Share Undesignated Missions 4,764.00 

Balance, November 9, 1921 11,396.49 

Reported to State Missions bj"^ Treasurer 24,924.59 

Special Designation to State ^Missions included in Treasurer's 
Report also. 

From Department of Evangelism 7,937.35 

Department of Enlistment 727.93 

Summer Workers 591.45 

Sale Parsonage Swan Quarter 1,954.70 

Sundav School Board 6,322.99 

Special Gift Chapel Hill Chi rch 1,000.00 

For Oteen and Kenilworth Hospital 166.57 

From Baptist Book Departmext 500.00 

Miscellaneoi s Designations 616.97 



Minutes of Session 1922 95 

Disbursements: 

B. Y. P. U. Department (itemized below) . . $ 6,447.9 2 

Sunday School Department (itemized below) 11,623.59 

Missionaries ($56,342.52) * 56,285.45 

Evangelism 10,958.77 

Enlistment ($9>637.46) * 9,545.79 

Chiu-ch Buildings 11,279.14 

Chapel Hill Church 5'225.00 

Pullen Memorial Church 8,000.00 

Parsonage Fairfield ($1,500.00) 500.00 

Historical Commission 279.77 

Printing 813.90 

Postage 131.00 

Office Rent 208.00 

Traveling Expenses 857.28 

Mars Hill Assembly 577.55 

Seaside Assembly 341.21 

Tithing Campaign 1,261.79 

Simimer Workers' Campaign 13,474.84 

Miscellaneous Expenses 1,095.29 

Balance, per Treasurer's Report xl3,839 30 

Totals $138,903.20 $138,903 20 

Sunday School Missions 

Salary, Secretary $ 2,750.00 

Traveling Expenses, Secretary 403.00 

Salary Field Worker (West) 2,600.00 

Expenses Field Worker (West) 430.54 

Salary and Expenses (East) 1,544.89 

Expenses Elementary Worker 291.13 

Salary Elementary Worker 1,516.58 

Salary Stenographer '768 38 

Postage 326;05 

Pri''^ing 685.62 

Office Rent 208.00 

Miscellaneous 98.31 

Total $ 11,620.50 

B. Y. P. U. 

Salary, Perry Morgan, Secretary $ 2,575.00 

Expenses, Perry Morgan, Secretary 430.57 

Salary, Mi.ss Farabow, Junior Secretary 1,625.00 

Expenses, Miss Farabow, Junior Secretary 273 39 

Postage 262.50 

Printing 812.88 

Office Rent 188.00 

Miscellaneous 280.58 

Total $ 6,447.92 

* The difference in these figures indicates VoachBrs drawn but not pre- 
sented to Treasurer. These will appear in next year's report. 

X In the^ Sunday School and B. Y. P. U. accounts you will find a Bal- 
ance of $871.57 that will go to the credit of State Missions aad make the 
over-draft only $12,967.73. 



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Foreign Missioxs 

Balance, November 9, 1921 $ 22,293.94 

Reported by Walters Durham, Treasurer 20,986.26 

Share T^ndesignatod 7.5 Alillion 150,293.36 

Share Undesignated ^Missions 6,351.58 

Transferred to Foreign Board $149,550.00 

Balance on hand, Treasurer's Report 50,375.44 

Totals $199,925.44 $199,925.44 

Home Missions 

Balance, November 9, 1921 $ 7,783.78 

Reported by Walters Durham, Treasurer 17,399.57 

Share Undesignated 75 Million 66,577.75 

Share Undesignated Mis.sions 4,764.09 

Transferred to Home Mission Board S 71,858.85 

Balance on hand. Treasurer's Report 24,666.25 

Totals $ 96,525.10 $ 96,525.10 

Ministerial Relief 

Balance on hand, November 9, 1921 $ 13,243.33 

Reported by Treasure 2,547.75 

Share Undesignated 7* Million 34,755.14 

Transferred to Ministerial Relief Board S 36,000.00 

Balance on hand, Treasurer's Report 14,546.22 

Totals $ 50,546.22 S 50,546.22 

Undesignated Missions 

Reported bv Treasurer $ 25,811.2 9 

Salary Charles E. Maddry, Secretary $ 5,416.58 

Expenses, Charles E. ]\Iaddrv, Secretary 581.15 

Salary Mrs. Lily P. Haynes, Office Secretary.. . . 1,682.16 

Miscellaneous Expenses 52.00 

Salary A. C. Hamby, Enlistment Supt 1,750.00 

Traveling Expenses, A. C. Hamby, Enlistm'tSupt. 449.52 

Transferred to Foreign Missions 6,351.88 

Home Missions 4,764.00 

State Missions 4,764.00 

Totals S 25,811.29 S 25,811.29 

SuNTJAY School ^Missions avd B. Y. P. TJ. 
(Sunday School Mi.ssions and B. Y. P. U. now being a part of the work 
of State Missions, all funds received for these agencies are transferred to 
the credit of State Missions. ) 

Debit Credit 

Reported by Treasurer for S. S. :Mis.sions $ 863.07 

Reported by Treasurer for B. Y. P. U 8.50 

Balance to be transferred to State Missions S 871.57 

Totals $871.57 $8/1.57 



Minutes of Session 1922 97 



Church Building 
Church Building, November 9, 1922: 

Balance on hand $ 2,278.89 

Acknowledged by Treasurer 1,899.02 

Transferred to Home Mission Board $ 2,518.92 

Balance on hand, Treasurer's Report 1,658.99 

Totals. $ 4,177.91 $ 4,177.91 

Note. — All funds for Church Building are forwarded to the Home 
Mission Board. 

Bible Fund 

Balance on hand, November 9, 1922 $ 167.42 

Reported by Treasurer 121.07 

Transferred to Miss Elsie Hunter, Treasurer. ... $ 346.55 
Balance on hand. Treasurer's Report 58.06 

Totals $ 346.55 $ 346.55 

Margaret Fund 

Balance on hand, November 9, 1922 S 450.32 

Reported by Treasurer 365.43 

Transferred to Miss Elsie Hunter, Treasurer. ... $ 875.97 

Balance Treasurer's Report 60.22 

Totals $ 875.97 $ 875.97 

Hospitals 

Debit Credit 

Balance, November 9, 1922 $ 6,177.24 

Reported by Treasurer $ 1,529.27 

Share Undesignated 75 Million 11,227.31 

Transferred to Hospital Commission 2,600.00 

Balance, per Treasurer's Report 3,979.34 

Totals $ 12,756.58 $ 12,756.58 

Respectfully submitted, 

Robert Lee Middleton, Cashier 

Baptist State Convention. 



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REPORT OF THE TREASURER 
1 

Balance Sheet 
Walters Durham, Treasurer in account with the Baptist State Con- 
vention of North CaroUna, December 13, 1922. 



Debit 




Credit 




39 Foreign Missions 


S 50,375.44 

24,666.25 

85,328.60 

8.50 

14,546.22 

1,658.99 

863.07 

32,039.48 

3,979.34 


19 State Missions 

124 Margaret Home . 


.S 13,839.30 
60.22 


59 Home -Missions . .. 


78 Education 


184 Bible Fund 


58 06 


lOOB.Y. P. U 


B.i^LAXCE 

269 Cash in Commercial 

National Bank 

260 Bonds, Notes and Stamps, 

Total 




128 Ministerial Relief 




193 Church Building Fund 

224 Sunday School Missions ... 

249 Seventy- Five Million _. 

255 Hospital _. 


197,193.31 
2,315.00 






Total 


S213,465.89 


8213,465.89 









December 13, 1922. 



State Mission's 
Balance, as per statement, November 10, 1921 

(Min..page94) 

Amount received 

To Vouchers paid R. L. Middleton, Cashier $138,903.20 

Balance 

Totals S138,903.20 

December 13, 1922. 

3 
Foreign Missions 
Balance, as per statement, November 10, 1921 

(Min.,page94) 

Amount received 

To Vouchers paid R. L. Middleton, Cashier §149,550.00 

Balance 50,375.44 

Totals S199,925.44 

December 13, 1922. 

4 
Home Missions 
Balance, as per statement, November 10, 1921 

(Min., page 95) 

Amount received 

To Vouchers paid R. L. Middleton, Cashier $ 71,858.85 

Balance 24,666.25 

Totals $ 90,525.10 

December 13, 1922. 



S 11,396.49 
113,667.41 

13,839.30 

$138,903.20 



$ 22,293.94 
177,631.50 



$199,925.44 



$ 7,783.78 
88,741.32 



$ 95,525.10 



Minutes of Session 1922 99 

5 
Education 
Balance, as per statement, November 10, 1921 

(Min., page 95) $133,662.56 

Amount received 218,344.61 

To Vouchers paid R. L. Middleton, Cashier $266,678.57 

Balance 85,328.60 

Totals $352,007.17 $352,007.17 

December 13, 1922. 

6 
Sunday School Missions 

Amount received $ 863.07 

To Balance $ 863.07 

Totals $ 863.07 $ 863.07 

December 13, 1922. 

7 
B. Y. P. U. 

Amount received $ 8.50 

To Balance $ 8.50 

Totals $ 8.50 $ 8.59 

December 13, 1922. 

8 
Ministerial Relief 
Balance, as per statement, November 10, 1921 

(Min., page 96) $ 13,243.33 

Amount received 37,302.89 

To Vouchers paid R. L. Middleton, Cashier $ 36,000.00 

Balance 14,546.22 

Totals $ 50,546.22 $ 50,546.22 

December 13, 1922. 

9 
Missions Undesignated 

Amount received $ 25,811.29 

To Vouchers paid R. L. Middleton, Cashier $ 25,811.29 

Totals $ 25,811.29 $ 25,811.29 

December 13, 1922. 

10 
Church Building Fund 
Balance, as per statement, November 10, 1921 

(Min., page 96) $ 2,278.89 

Amount received 1,899.02 

To Vouchers paid R. L. Middleton, Cashier $ 2,518.92 

Balance 1,658.99 

Totals $ 4,177.91 $ 4,177.91 

December 13, 1922. 



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11 
Bible Fund 
Balance, as per statement, November 10, 1921 

(Min., page 97) $ 167.42 

Amount received 121.07 

To Vouchers paid R. L. Middleton, Cashier $ .346.55 

Balance 58.06 



Totals $ 346.55 $ 346.55 

December 13, 1922. 

12 
Marg,\ret Fund 

Balance, as per statement, November 10, 1921 

Min., page 97) $ 4-50.32 

Amount received 365.43 

To Vouchers paid R. L. Middleton, Cashier $ 875.97 

Balance 60.22 



Totals $ 875.97 S 875.97 

December 13, 1922. 

13 
Hospitals 
Balance, as per statement, November 10, 1921 

(Min., page 97) S 6,177.24 

AmouEt received $ 12,756.58 

To Vouchers paid R. L. Middleton, Cashier 2,600.00 

Balance 3,979.34 

Totals $ 12,756.58 $ 12,756.58 

December 13, 1922. 

14 
Southern Assembly 
Balance, as per statement, November 1, 1921 

(Min., page 94) $ 11,968.33 

Amount received from 75 MiUion Fund $ 11,968.33 

Totals S 11,968.33 $ 11,968.33 

December 13, 192. 

15 
Seventt-Five Million Fund 
Balance, as per statement, November 10, 1921 

(Min., page 98) $ 27,610.33 

Amount recived 533,569.19 

To Vouchers paid R. L. Middleton, Cashier $579,140.04 

Balance 32,039.48 

Totals $611,179.52 .$611,179.52 

December 13, 1922. 

Respectfully submitted, 

. Walters Durham, Treasurer 
Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 



Minutes of Session 1922 101 

A CLOSING PERSONAL WORD 
It is with a profound feeling of relief that we come to the close of 
this Conventional year. The financial report indicates that we have 
had the best year in all our history. It has been a year of mingled 
lights and shadows. Every department of our State Mission work, 
is in a flourishing condition. We praise God for the wonderful re- 
sults of the year's work, and wish here humbly and gratefully to 
acknowledge Him as the one source of all help and inspiration and to 
Him be all the praise for the glorious achievements of the year. 
But with all the triumphs of the year, we believe we can truthfully 
say that it has been, in many respects, the hardest and most critical 
year of the ninety-two years since the Convention was organized. 
There has been a great feeling of unrest and uncertainty among 
the people. Beginning early in the year, there has been a continuous 
discussion and debate going on in the Recorder and the press about 
various phases of our work that has unsettled our people and 
made it exceedingly hard to carry on the work, especially the 
financial end of it. It has cropped out in every association and has 
seriously hindered in collecting the pledges made to the 75 Million 
Fund. Your secretary would make an earnest and urgent appeal, 
that if possible all matters of debate and controversy be settled at 
this Convention in the spirit of the great Head of the Church, and 
in the light of the appalling need and our unprecedented oppor- 
tunity, that we close ranks and walk together next year for a 
glorious victory. We owe to ourselves, to the State we love, to a 
lost world for whom our Lord died, to settle our problems and 
for the year 1923 present a solid, united front to the common 
enemy. 

RECOMMENDATIONS 

I. That the Historical Commission be continued and made a 
regular department of the State Board. 

II. That the State Board be authorized to employ a prison evan- 
gelist for all or part time, as may be found best. 

III. That a Department of Religious Education be created with 
three sub-divisions, viz: 

1. Sunday Schools 

2. Baptist Young People's Union 

3. Student Activities 

and that a secretary be placed in charge of each, all being under 
the direction of the corresponding secretary of the Convention. 



102 ]Sr. C. Baptist State Convention 

IV. That steps be taken as soon as possible for the establishment 
of a permanent Seaside Assembly, the selection of suitable grounds, 
erection of necessary buildings, etc. 

V. That the Enlistment Department be instructed to concentrate 
its efforts upon some five or six associations this year, and that an 
intensive campaign be carried on in these associations selected, for 
the formation of fields, better financial methods, every-member can- 
vasses, the building of better church and Sunday School equipment 
and the construction of homes for the pastor. 



APPENDIX B 

Report on Education to the Convention 
for December, 1922 



Hardly less than the several governments of this world, and per- 
haps even more, has the Kingdom of God felt the backwash of war. 
From the deep sense of dependence on God and the spirit of prayer 
in the day of crisis, our nation has reacted with all the rest towards 
gross materialism, rationalism and even atheism. Instead of prayer 
to God, many are now denying His existence, and instead of de- 
pendence on Him, they refuse Him a place in His universe. With 
the banishment of God, faith in things spiritual, of course, becomes 
mere superstition and immortality an absurdity. 

And, whereas, even in comparatively recent years the apostles 
of this baneful doctrine were relatively few and generally modest, 
they have now become many and bold, and are busy with blatant 
propaganda. 

But what concerns us immediately is that their chosen field of 
operations lies mainly in our institutions of learning. Here these 
deadly enemies of our faith are making their chief attack, and here 
they must be met and defeated. In the secular schools they may 
go unchallenged; but not in those institutions which own Jesus of 
Nazareth as their headmaster. It is given to these, therefore, to 
guard "the faith once delivered to the saints." and never was their 
service more vitally essential. Their teachers, to be sure, will feel 
free to follow anywhere after "whatsoever things are true," and 
to teach all that God may be pleased to reveal in the heavens above 
or in the earth beneath. But they will do this reverently, in insti- 
tutions that are dedicated to the God of all truth, and in an atmos- 
phere redolent with the spirit of the Christ. 

It is to the maintenance of institutions like these that Christians 
of whatever name are devoting themselves with ever-increasing 
energy. Pioneers in higher education long ere the State had turned 
a hand to any such undertaking, the several denominations have 
struggled to such purpose that even now, after practically every 
State in the Union has put on large educational programs, the num- 
ber of colleges and universities in America being maintained by 
voluntary beneficence exceeds that of the tax-supported institutions 
more than six times over; and from the last available figures, their 
student enrollments were three and a half times those in the State 
institutions. 

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104 N. C. Baptist State CoNVENTioisr 

I may remind you here that the Baptists of the United States. 
North and South, now own and control sixty-four colleges and uni- 
versities, thirty-one junior colleges and seventy-two academies, with 
a student enrollment of 48,434, and a property value of $145,670,- 
101.00. The Methodists, North and South, our nearest competitors 
and in several respects our leaders, maintain seventy-nine colleges, 
twenty-eight junior colleges, and sixty-eight academies, with an en- 
rollment of 63,602, and a total property value of $109,709,031.00. 

Southern Baptists own and control forty-one colleges and univer- 
sities, twenty-four junior colleges, and fifty-four academies, with an 
enrollment of 31,936, endowments aggregating $11,323,993.00. plants 
worth $26,181,401.00, and a total valuation of $37,505,394.00. 

These institutions, with our theological seminaries, our women's 
training schools, our Bible institutes, and a few other institutions 
privately owned and operated, constitute at once our main defense 
against the foes of our faith and our chief training camps for 
soldiers of the cross. 

OUR NORTH CAROLINA INSTITUTIONS 

But our concern now is mainly about conditions in North Carolina. 
Here we still have eight high schools maintained by the Home Mis- 
sion Board and five under the care of our own State Convention. 
Mars Hill has been raised to the grade of a Junior College. The 
tabulated data from these institutions, and from our colleges and 
seminaries as well, for the session of 1921-22, will appear in form 
at the end of this report. Special items are reported by these in- 
stitutions as follows: 

OUR HIGH SCHOOLS 

Principal Mumford, of Liberty-Fiedmont, reports a large gain at 
his recent opening over that of last fall, the completion of a stone 
library building, the gift of Col. H. Montague, of Winston, and the 
purchase of new apparatus for the laboratory, all at a cost of 
$6,500.00. After sundry changes in the principalship, the trustees 
have secured the services of Brother E. F. Mumford for that posi- 
tion, with F. W. Jarvis as assistant. Miss Early and Miss Cobb, the 
latter a graduate of our University, have been added to the faculty 
for the grades. The course of instruction has been enlarged to in- 
clude physics, biology and general science. There were six pro- 
fessions of faith among the students in a meeting recenly held by 
Brother C. H. Norris. 

Principal Mumford says his school has suffered no loss from com- 
petition with the State high schools, but he sees instead a trend 



MixuTEs OF Session 1922 105 

away from the latter towards Christian institutions; so that, with 
the proper backing, he thinks a large and efficient academy can be 
maintained at Wallburg. 

The news from Dell is not encouraging. Its enrollment for this 
fall showed a loss of more than sixty per cent from that of last 
year, so that its principal, H. L. Swain, and all his faculty resigned 
early in the present session. Brother N. E. Gresham has been 
secured to act as principal for the rest of the year. He has asso- 
ciated with him Miss Flora Mae Hood, who holds a first grade cer- 
tificate from the Harrisonburg Normal School, and Miss Lilly 
Gresham, who holds a high school certificate and has had several 
years of experience. There were two professions of faith during 
the past session, five ministerial students and two girl student 
volunteers. The serious loss in enrollment is ascribed to the erection 
of several State high schools within a radius of ten or fifteen miles 
of Dell. 

In the meantime, by a vote of the association this fall, the trus- 
tees have been instructed to dispose of the property at the first op- 
portunity and on the most favorable terms. 

The enrollment at Buie's Creek shows an increase of fifteen over 
that of last session to date. The changes in the faculty for the year 
are as follows: Miss Bessie Johnson, graduate of Meredith, suc- 
ceeds Mrs. W. K. Phillips in Latin and French. There were 
about fifty professions of faith among the students during the past 
session; and six boys and four girls have definitely planned now for 
foreign mission work. 

Through the generosity of Brother D. Rich, the trustees are be- 
ginning the erection of a library building, to cost from $35,000.00 
to $40,000.00. 

Principal Beach's enrollment at Wingate is twenty-five above that 
of last year to date. There were eleven professions of faith in the 
student body last session; eleven young men were preparing for 
the ministry, and six girls had volunteered for the foreign field. 
Miss Rosa Futrell succeeds Miss Bracket as lady principal, and 
Miss Maude McDaniel has been elected to teach Science and English 
III and IV. A new dorn-.itory for girls has been erected and a new 
water system installed, costing $16,000.00. The trustees have voted 
unanimously to advance the standard to that of a Junior College as 
speedily as possible, subject to the approval of the Convention. 

At Boiling Springs, Principal Huggins informs us that he re- 
joices in a gain of twenty-one over last fall. There were two 
professions of faith among the students during the last session, 
twenty ministerial students, and a volunteer student band consisting 



106 N. C. Baptist State Convention 

of five boys and twelve girls. Following are the changes in his 
faculty: Miss Sarah L. Foster, A. B., Winthrop, succeeds Miss Mary 
Frances Lide as teacher of Latin; R. M. Lee, A. B., Wake Forest, 
succeeds H. D. Powers in the Chair of Science and Bible; Miss 
Martha Lide, A. B., Coker College, replaces Miss Attie Bostic in 
the Intermediate Department; Miss Lela Moore has been succeeded 
in the Departments of Art and French by Miss Mary Tillery, Art 
graduate of Meredith, and Miss Mary Morris, graduate in Home 
Economics, Carson Newman College, succeeds Miss Erma Wallace 
in the department of Household Arts. 

Plans are on foot for the rapid completion of the Memorial Build- 
ing, which is expected to cost, when finished, $60,000.00. 

WAKE FOREST COLLEGE 

Counting the summer sessions. Wake Forest reports a gain of 
seventy in enrollment over that of like date last year, and a loss 
of ten without the summer sessions. Changes in the faculy are as 
follows: Department of Education and Philosophy, Prof. H. T. 
Hunter returns, after one year of absence; Dr. D. B. Bryan is 
elected professor of Education; Professor A. C. Reid is allowed 
another year of absence to pursue studies at Cornell University. 
Department of Biology: Professor H. N. Gould is granted leave of 
absence for research work at Tulane University; Professor C. E. 
Wilson, B. A. and M. A., University of Indiana, who did research 
work in South America for one year, was employed by the Govern- 
ment for three years at its Experiment Station in the Virgin 
Islands, takes Dr. Gould's place during his absence; Department of 
Modern Languages: Professor I. S. Goodman, resigned, is succeeded 
by Mr. P. H. Wilson, B. A. and M. A., Wake Forest, who has served 
on the faculty of North Carolina State College of Agriculture and 
Engineering; Department of English, Professor C. P. Weaver, B. A. 
and M. A., Wake Forest, Ph.D., George Peabody College, who has 
been connected with the University of Maine and the University of 
Kentucky, is elected to the English Department; Professor R. P. 
McCutcheon, B. A., Wake Forest, Ph.D., Harvard University, who 
served as head of the English Department of Denison University, 
Granville, Ohio, for several years, has also been added to this 
department. Department of Mathematics: Professor F. G. Dillman, 
a graduate of West Point, who has been in the United States Artil- 
lery Corps with the rank of major, has been appointed associate 
professor of Applied Mathematics. He will teach courses in Engi- 
neering also. Department of Political Science: Mr. F. W. Clonts, 
B. A.. Wake Forest, who studied at the University of Ohio and was 



Minutes of Session 1922 107 

fellow in history at Yale University, has been appointed instructor 
in this department. 

The curriculum of he college has been enlarged by the resumption 
cf courses in Engineering, which were dropped immediately after 
Dr. Lanneau's death, and also by new courses added in English, 
Education, Modern Languages and Political Science. During the past 
year, the Gore Athletic Field has been properly prepared and 
equipped through the generosity of Messrs. D. L. and Claude Gore, 
at a cost of $15,000.00; and chemical laboratory desks have been in- 
stalled at a cost of $2,000.00. Three students were baptized during the 
past session. The number of ministerial students is eighty-one; of 
students preparing for the foreign field, ten. 

Rev. J. A. McMillan, B. A., Wake Forest, for some years pastor of 
the Baptist Church at McColl, S. C, has been appointed Alumni 
Secretary to succeed Rev. Trela D. Collins, who resigned to take up 
the pastorate of the Temple Baptist Church, Durham, N. C, and 
Dr. W. R. Cullom, M. A., Wake Forest, professor of Bible, Wake 
Forest College, has been elected temporary Dean. 

MEREDITH COLLEGE 

Meredith reports a gain of sixteen college students above last 
year, and of fifteen in the department of Primary Music. Counting 
the regular college students, 420, who alone are permitted to appear 
in the catalog, and the Primary Music School of 131, the total 
enrollment to date would be 551, as against a total of 520 last year, 
Miss Alice Zabriskie, A. B., A. M. of Teachers College, Columbia 
University, has been elected Dean of Women in the place of Miss 
Evelyn Campbell, who died last December. The following heads 
of departments have been appointed: Miss Lena A. Barber, B. S. and 
M. S., University of Michigan, Biology; Miss Ellen D. Brewer, A. B. 
of Meredith, B. S. and M. A. of Teachers College, Columbia Uni- 
versity, Home Economics; Miss Julia Hamlet Harris, M. A., Cor- 
nell, Ph.D., Yale, head of the Department of English. 

Additions to other departments have been as follows: Miss Mary 
Loomis Smith, A. B., Trinity College, M. A. of Cornell, Instructor in 
English; Miss Lucile McSween, A. B. of Tennessee College and 
M. A. of Radcliffe, Instructor in Latin and English. The large 
increase of students in Mathematics made necessary the employ- 
ment of an assistant in that department in the person of Mrs. 
Annette Paris Highsmith. 

The following have been added to the College Department of Music: 
Miss May Crawford and Miss Marian Phillips, Piano; Miss Goldina 
deWolf Lewis and Mrs. Alice Moncrieff, Voice; Miss Pauline Nelson, 



108 I*^. C. Baptist State Coi^fVEiNrTioisr 

Violin. The Primary Department under Mrs. Ferrell has two new- 
teachers this year in the persons of Miss Margaret Huff and Miss 
Florence T. Jelly. Of the sixteen students who were not members of 
any church last session, six made professions of faith. The number 
preparing for work on the foreign field is fifteen. 

The trustees have voted to move the college to a new site, which 
is just outside of the city, and consists of 135 acres, thus affording 
opportunity for the development of the plant, ample playgrounds, 
wider ranges for the students, and sufficient acreage for an orchard, 
garden and the maintenance of a dairy. The spirit of both faculty 
and student body for this session seems to be unusually fine. 

CHOWAN COLLEGE 

This institution reports a gain of thirty-three per cent to date over 
last session. The changes in the faculty are as follows: Miss 
Eloise IMeroney, A. B., University of Alabama, A. M., Columbia, 
English; Miss Minnie W. Caldwell, A. B., B. S. and A. M., University 
of Missouri, Mathematics; Miss Una Robinson, A. B., A. M., Baylor 
University, Science; Miss Edna Gunn, A. B., B. S., Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity, A. M., Columbia, with one year of study in Europe, Modern 
Languages; Miss Faye A. Dame, A. B., Radcliffe College, A. M., 
Columbia, Education; Miss Delia Latham, graduate of the Cincin- 
nati Conservatory of Music, Voice; Miss Gertrude Knott, graduate 
of King's School of Oratory, Chicago, Expression. President Vann 
considers all these to be consecrated Christian workers in both the 
church and the student body. 

The course in Education has been enlarged by one year, making 
it now a four-year course. An increasing number of girls are major- 
ing in Mathematics, Latin, Science and ^Modern Languages. Improve- 
ments and repairs have been made by the students in the way of a 
summer house and rose arbor, at a cost of $200.00; and the repairs 
on the Practice Hall and Science Hall amounted to $800.00. A new 
building, including auditorium, gymnasium, four studios and thirteen 
dormitories, is now in process of erection, to be completed by April 
next, at a cost of $55,000.00. The number of professions in the stu- 
dent body was seven, all who were not already church members. 
Student volunteers, 11. The president reports a fine spirit in the 
student body, as well as in the faculty. 

OUR SOUTH-WIDE INSTITUTIONS— LOUISVILLE SEMINARY 
AND THE TRAINING SCHOOL 

From our Seminary in Louisville, President MuUins reports a gain 
of about four per cent in the enrollment of the present session, and 



Minutes of Session 1922 109 

that the student body includes forty-eight from North Carolina. 
The faculty was increased during the year by the addition of an as- 
sistant professor in the Old Testament. Treasurer B. Pressly Smith 
states that the Student Fund of the Seminary expended on thirty- 
six North Carolina students last session $3,645.25, in addition to $2,- 
343.50 in loans. 

Mrs. M. R. McClure, who presides over the Y. M. U. Training 
School, informs us that their recent opening showed a gain of twenty 
over last fall, and that thirty-nine of those students were offering 
for service under the Foreign Mission Board. 

THE SOUTHWESTERN SEMINARY 
The present year's enrollment at this institution was twenty 

above that of last fall, and includes thirteen students from North 

Carolina. Seventeen of the student body expected to enter the 

foreign field. 

The number of teachers given in the appended table included 

twenty-six assistants. 

BAPTIST BIBLE INSTITUTE 
President DeMent reports decidedly the best opening the institute 
ever had, not only in heavily increased attendance, but in every way. 
The student body includes eighteen from North Carolina, and twenty- 
one student volunteers. During this year a building was erected 
at a cost of $12,000.00. 

THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY FOR NEGROES 
This institution is not yet in existence, but preparations are under 
way for its speedy establishment in Nashville, Tenn. A commis- 
sion appointed by the S. B. Convention to supervise this enterprise 
in part works in cooperation with the Negro National Convention, 
and its corresponding secretary is Dr. 0. L. Hailey. Dr. Hailey 
writes that he has in hand for the erection of the first building 
$32,837.64, and land on which to build worth $27,450.00. On this 
land he owes $3,000.00, which is not yet due; to meet this debt 
with the interest, the commission holds a note from the National 
Convention for $5,000.00. This object enlisted the deep concern 
of the lamented Dr. Gambrell. 

Turning to the Baptist Schools in North Carolina, outside of our 
system, we learn from President Hobgood that the opening at 
Oxford for the present session showed some loss over that of the 
previous year, due in a measure, he thinks, to State competition. 
There were several conversions among the students during the past 
session, and one student volunteer. 



110 ]^. C. Baptist State Coxvextiojv 

Valuable additions were made during the year to the commercial 
department, to the laboratory, and in the waj^ of books for the 
library. 

The principals of Fineland School for Girls report a gain of twenty 
per cent over their last opening, 30 conversions among the students 
during last session, and one student volunteer. Improvements dur- 
ing the year w^ere made in the dairy and the water system, at a cost 
of $1,000.00. They are putting in an up-to-date business course, 
and are applying for recognition by the Southern Association. 

We have been unable to secure any Information from Mountain 
Park School 

TWO NEW MOVEMENTS FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF OUR 

SCHOOLS 

The recommendation by the S. B. Convention that more than one- 
fourth of the $75,000,000 to be raised should be apportioned 
to our educational institutions manifested a keen awakening among 
our leaders to the paramount importance of our Baptist schools; and 
the general acceptance of that suggestion by our churches indicated 
that the masses were to a large degree responsive to the sentiment of 
their leaders. But realizing that while money was essential, they 
realized no less that it was by no means the only essential in the 
making of Baptist high schools and colleges; and under the initia- 
tive of the Southern Baptist Educational Association, two other 
movements were set on foot looking towards the greater efficiency 
of our institutions. The first of these was to promote higher 
academic standards through the creation of a Standardizing Pro- 
motion Commission. 

This Commission was to be "composed of practical, experienced 
Baptist educators, who shall be authorized by the Convention to set 
up educational standards in harmony with the national definition 
of a standard college." It was to be "made up of fifteen members 
chosen by the education board, five of whom should serve for a period 
of one year, five for two years, and five for three years." It should 
"act in conjunction with the education board of the Southern Bap- 
tist Convention in securing information regarding all our educa- 
tional institutions, in preparing and issuing a statement of educa- 
tional standards for colleges, junior colleges and academies, and 
especially should aid in promoting the interests of each institution 
so that it shall reach the standards that have been set.'' * * * 
It was further recommended that this commission "pay special 
attention for the first three years of its work to the task of pro- 
motion, looking towards the strengthening of our schools." 



Minutes of Session 1922 111 

• The above recommendation, which came to the Southern Baptist 
Convention through the Board of Education, was adopted; and at 
its last annual session in Birmingham, tlie Board of Education, 
under instructions from the Convention, appointed the standard- 
izing commission. It may be added that this commission met during 
the past summer and set out its definitions of standard colleges, 
junior colleges, and high schools, in conformity with the generally 
accepted national standards, which there is not space here to define. 

It will be observed that this commission presents possibilities 
in both directions. If it shall be authorized by the Convention to 
investigate existing standards in the several -schools, and shall do 
this sympathetically but fearlessly and faithfully, insisting that 
these several institutions shall actually maintain the standards set 
for them and be classified accordingly, it will open up vast improve- 
ments over present conditions. But if on the other hand — and herein 
lies the danger — it shall fall into neglect, or suffer itself to be in- 
fluenced in its standardizing processes by the fear of offending the 
friends of individual institutions, and shall permit those institu- 
tions to jog along in the old way, regardless of the new standards, 
the commission will prove to be a bane instead of a blessing to 
Baptist education in the South. 

The other movement initiated by the Educational Association, 
looking towards the spiritual development of students in all southern 
colleges, resulted in the appointment of the Inter-Board Commission. 

Since there was a division of opinion as to which of the four 
convention boards should handle the matter, which concerned them 
all, it was determined that the four boards together — Home, Foreign, 
Sunday School and Education — ^should jointly appoint a commis- 
sion. This commission, which was located in Memphis, has chosen 
Brother Frank H. Leavell as executive secretary, whose business 
it is to get a comprehensive survey of the religious life and the 
several phases of religious activity among the students in our de- 
nominational anJ State institutions throughout the South, with a 
view to stimulating, developing and directing them as far as prac- 
ticable in religious activities. 

Brother Leavell entered upon his work the first of last January, 
and in the 97 colleges from which he has heard, he has found that 
the overwhelming majority of religious organizations are already 
distinctively Baptist. He finds also that out of over 300 religious 
organizations, 127 are denominational; and that fifteen colleges 
which have a Y. M. C. A. or a Y. W. C. A. also have a B. Y. P. U. 
or a Y. W. A. He finds further that 55 institutions think they 
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have too many; 21 think they have too few; 17 think they have 
unnecessary duplication; 49 think that the denominational emphasis 
is sufficient at present; and five think that such emphasis is in- 
sufficient. 

INSPECTION AND INTROSPECTION 

But while both these movements give promise of good, it behooves 
us now to pause and have a look at things as they are, including 
ourselves. 

An examination of the data submitted shows a loss of 198 students 
in our high schools over the number reported for the previous year, 
and this loss was distributed among four of our five high schools. 
Nor do the Home Board schools in this State show up much better, 
only three of them failing to show similar losses. The aggregate 
losses of our three colleges, which was shared by all, amounted to 
forty-two. The only college that reported a gain was the Junior 
College at Mars Hill. If it be said that the State's aggressive high 
school program was responsible mainly for the slump in our high 
school enrollments, this may be granted. But the explanation offers 
no hope for improvement, since the State director of high schools 
states that the number of those schools increased from 285 in 1916 
to 464 in 1922, and the number of high school students from 13,270 
to 32,304. And under the present policy, this ratio of increase is 
likely to continue for several years. 

The losses in our college enrollments also were doubtless due in 
part to competition by the State colleges, for 467 Baptist boys are 
registered this year at the University, 294 girls are enrolled at 
the State Normal College, and seven at the University. But these 
losses were not due entirely to State competition, since 75 Baptist 
boys are now registered at Trinity, 15 at Davidson, and nine at 
Guilford; a total of 97 Baptist boys in North Carolina Colleges of 
other denominations. And 106 Baptist girls are registered as board- 
ing students in the five leading non-Baptist institutions in the State. 

We have also to recall the fact that while Wake Forest, with a 
white Baptist constituency of 315,000, enrolled last year only 562, 
Trinity, with a constituency of less than 230,000, now has 907 stu- 
dents, of whom 642 are young men; Davidson, with a constituency of 
60,000, has an enrollment of 553; and Ginlford, with a constituency 
of slightly over 9,000, has a hundred boys on its roll. So if we 
attribute our losses to State competition, we are confronted by the 
fine showing of other institutions, which must meet the same com- 
petition. If we say they are due to lack of room, this would per- 
haps shift the blame from the college managements to their constitu- 
encies, who are responsible for providing room. But it would not 



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change the fact that as a denomination we are trailing behind all 
other leading denominations in the State in the field of higher edu- 
cation; and it is not difficult to forecast that if this situation is 
maintained, a few more years will find us trailing in other respects 
also. 

THE BRIGHTER SIDE. 

But there is another side. With only two exceptions, our thirteen 
high schools and all four of our colleges report decided gains in 
their enrollments at their recent openings. And the quality of 
the high school students is gratifying in that all these schools save 
three show a ratio of about two to one in their high school depart- 
ments. This fact not only indicates a gradual improvement in 
standards, but also reveals an opportunity for better work. 

Their showing in spiritual results is also worthy of attention. 
The thirteen high schools reported 245 conversions among their 
student bodies last session; and the four colleges witnessed a simi- 
lar work of grace. Their totals of conversions amounted to fifty- 
four. 

It should also be noted that there were registered in those same 
high schools that year eighty-six ministerial students, and that twen- 
ty-nine of their boys and fifty-eight of their girls were considering 
service on some foreign field. Wake Forest listed eighty-one minis- 
terial students, and Mars Hill thirty-six, with ten in the former insti- 
tution whose hearts were set on foreign mission work. 

In meetings held by those young ministers at Wake Forest during 
the past summer, there were 405 professions of faith. Meredith 
reported 15 student volunteers, Chowan 11, and Mars Hill one. 

These figures disclose a total of 203 ministerial students in our 
North Carolina Baptist institutions, together with thirty-nine young 
men and eighty-four young women whose eyes are turned towards 
foreign fields, and also very valuable evangelistic service rendered 
by our undergraduate ministerial students; a most impressive 
consideration, surely, in appraising the value of educational in- 
stitutions. 

Two of our colleges, Wake Forest and Meredith, were admitted 
last winter to membership in the Southern Association of Colleges 
and High Schools, one of the most rigid and exclusive of the sev- 
eral standardizing agencies in America. And a letter from State 
Superintendent Brooks informs us that after careful investigation 
on the ground by a committee from the State Department of Edu- 
cation, that department promised to rate Chowan in Class "B" at 
the end of the present session, provided a subsequent investigation 

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next spring shows that certain conditions shall then have been met 
by that institution, and these conditions the college hopes to meet. 

WHAT AND WHERE NEXT? 

While recognizing with gratitude to God the invaluable service 
rendered by our educational institutions and the many gratifying 
features in their latest reports; and while sympathizing deeply with 
their several managements in the serious difficulties that confront 
them, it would be folly to blink the unfavorable facts before us. 
Common prudence demands that we face them and reckon with 
them. 

With the number of State high schools, and also their enrollments, 
practically doubling in the last six years, while we and the home 
board have each felt constrained to drop three of our institutions — 
six in all — within that time, our high school situation is not 
cheering. 

Moreover, the fact that other institutions in the State have now 
enrolled as boarding students half as many Baptist girls as Mere- 
dith, Chowan, Oxford and Mars Hill together have enrolled of all 
faiths, and the further fact that other colleges in the State have 
enrolled five-sixths as many Baptists boys as Wake Forest and Mars 
Hill have of all faiths, must give us pause. 

We cannot change the State's educational policy; nor, as long 
as this policy is considerate and just towards us, should we as a 
denomination desire to change it. In meeting the situation, we 
must, therefore, look to our own resources. But what shall we do? 
Shall we surrender the high ground we have gained after so long 
and so hard a struggle? Shall we even falter in the face of 
diflSculties? You will shout a loud unbroken NO. What then? 
The problem is serious, and we cannot hope to solve it at once, nor 
easily. But as a beginning and for the present, your board begs 
to offer the following suggestions: 

First, in our high school policy, discourage the establishment 
of any other such schools under denominational auspices, and re- 
fuse to aid any such enterprises. 

Second, begin at once considering the expediency of gradually 
adding two years of college work to the courses of our existing high 
schools, as prudence may dictate, with a view to five results: preser- 
vation of the high schools themselves; stimulating larger college 
attendance by bringing the college nearer the student; relieving 
the pressure on our standard colleges; more accommodations for 
college students at less cost; more money for college building and 
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Third, in recasting our educational budget at the close of the five- 
year period, make larger proportionate allowance for these junior 
colleges and any of our high schools that may remain. 

As for our colleges, with all deference to their managments, we 
venture to urge: (1) Closer affiliation with the high schools and 
also with the denomination, by means of personal visits on the 
part of college representatives to the schools, to the churches, and 
to the denominational meetings, and by public propaganda. Com- 
plaint of failure in this respect has come from both the high school 
men and the public. (2) Diligent cultivation in all proper ways 
of the spiritual and evangelical in college life, so that in discussing, 
in imparting, and in receiving, Christian education, all may feel that 
the emphasis is on "Christian." (3) A deeper realization by our col- 
lege teachers of the peculiar obligations incurred in accepting posi- 
tions in Christian college faculties. Nothing like this as the reg- 
nant principle in our colleges and schools, nothing Mit this, will 
rally the mass of North Carolina Baptists to their support. 

Now to our people: Try to take the broad, rather than the local 
view of education, as we are learning to do in missions. Try to 
consider first our State-wide system, which concerns itself with a 
State-wide program, rather than the claims of individual institu- 
tions. 

Cultivate the Baptist educational conscience, and in selecting a 
school for your children, consider in the fear of God whether you 
have any more right to be disloyal to your own school than you 
have to be disloyal to your own church. 

Study the necessity of keeping the equipment and the income of 
our institutions at least measurably on a par with those of the State 
and of other denominations, and remember that we must constantly 
supply the means for this purpose. For while our institutions must 
largely run under their own steam, we must furnish the fuel. 

Instead of criticism, let's try prayer; prayer for the school man- 
agements under their many, many trials and perplexities; prayer 
for the teachers; prayer for the young people entrusted alike to 
them and to us. 

Finally, let us not be swept away by any wind of doubt; with our 
sails set right, this may be made to favor our voyage. Do not 
be depressed by fogs, nor disheartened when the light grows dim. 
What looks like a mist may prove to be the veil of the temple, 
and what seems to us only a Jack-o-lantern may be the morning 
star. Our faces ^re set forward and not backward. We are looking 
up and not down. We are on the march. Our banners are in the 
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APPARENT ERRORS IN LAST YEAR'S APFOINTME'NT OF 
BOARD MEMBERS 

And now, permit us to remind the Convention that by an error of 
the committee which nominated the new members of this board at 
your last session, all members in or near Raleigh save two were 
retired, which left only those two to constitute an executive com- 
mittee. 

Moreover, in appointing one of the new members, the Convention 
violated its own rule, which was enacted at its session in Ashe- 
ville two or three years ago, disqualifying for service on this board 
the head official of any institution participating in the benefits of our 
educational fund. Since the Convention presumably never meant 
to take any such action, the matter is brought to its attention, 
that these errors may be repaired, should the Convention so desire. 

After hearing a report from the committee appointed at its last 
session held in Rocky Mount with reference to establishing a Junior 
College in the eastern section of the State, the Board voted to adopt 
the recommendation in that report, namely, that the Convenion pro- 
ceed with the establishment of a Junior College on one of the sev- 
eral sites proposed at the earliest practicable date. This action 
was taken on the assurance by the Mayor that the City of New 
Bern had voted to appropriate $25,000 towards the erection of the 
proposed college and on a similar assurance by Mr. Miller, chairman 
of the County Commissioners, that his Board had voted $25,000 for 
the same purpose, both sums to be available when called for; also 
on the assurance of Messrs. Jacobs and Barlow on behalf of the 
Chamber of Commerce that this body would donate any lot that the 
Board of Education might select for the purpose named, provided 
said lot does not exceed 50 acres, and finally, on the assurance by the 
officers of the Chamber of Commerce that the street car company 
is willing to enter into a contract to carry the street car line to 
any site that might be chosen on the same side of the river as the 
city; and that the city of New Bern would enter into like agree- 
ment to supply light and water on demand. 

The Board also voted that Wingate School be authorized to operate 
as a Junior College beginning with the fall of 1923. But in neither 
of these two cases was any appropriation voted by this Board for 
the special purposes mentioned. 

After a statement by Charles E. Maddry in regard to the establish- 
ment of a department of Student Activities with a paid secretary 
for the purpose of awakening, enlisting and directing religious 
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in North Carolina, it was voted that the Board of Education join 
with the Board of Missions in creating the oflBce of Secretary of 
Student Activities, said secretary to be elected jointly by the Board 
of Missions and the Board of Education; and that the Board of 
Education pay the salary and expenses of said Secretary, who was 
to be under the general direction of the Board of Missions. 
Respectfully submitted on behalf of the Board, 

R. T. Vann, 
Corresponding Secretary. 



APPENDIX C 

Report of the Committee on 
Social Service 



In the only specific statement which has come down to us from 
our Lord of His aim and mission He puts evangelism first. He 
was anointed, He said, to preach the Gospel. The only thing He 
can do with a bad man is to make him good, a new creature by 
His transforming and saving grace. Then He can use him for 
the purposes of the Kingdom. His aim and method are now our 
responsibility. We dare not invert the Divine order. When we 
minister in His name to all forms of human need, when we fight 
in His name the enemies of human life, when we seek to pro- 
mote in His name the rule of justice and good-will in all human 
relations, our fundamental task is to bring our individual man to 
Christ, attach him personally to Christ, infect him with the spirit 
and ideal of Christ. Such a saved man becomes a savior of social 
strife and waste and wreck, a defense against social dangers, a 
stabilizer of social insecurities, a solver of social problems. Save 
the units, save the mass. Redeem the individuals who compose 
society, and you redeem the institutions and activities of society 
from the guilt of injustice and oppression. 

THE RACE PROBLEM 
With the application of science to the business of life, there hp^ 
been an enormous multiplication of personal, national, and racial 
contacts, which supply endless occasions for collision as well as 
for co-operation. Men are closer to one another than ever before. 
There are more of them than ever before. They move about faster 
and bump into one another oftener. The problem of living to- 
gether in peace and righteousness is the greatest of our social 
problems. It comprehends all the rest. The race problem is but 
one phase of it, perhaps not the acutest in North Carolina. That 
problem is not ours alone. It arises wherever two distinct races live 
together — in North Carolina or Massachusetts or California or 
Brazil or E'gypt or South Africa or India. Your Committee is 
happy to believe that the relations of white people and negroes in 
our State are exceptionally favorable. To the maintenance and ex- 
tension of these amicable relations our intelligence and conscience 
are thoroughly committed. In this matter, as in all phases of the 
problem of living together, we shall get nowhere without these two — 
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understanding and religion. With them both we believe that we 
shall come through at length to permanent social peace in justice 
and good-will. Our churches are asked to encourage the work 
of the Inter-Racial Commission now at work in North Carolina 
through a State Committee of white men and women and a State 
Committee of colored men and women. The object of this com- 
mission is to forestall ill will and violence in local communities and 
to promote, without compromise of our racial integrity and at- 
titudes, the good fellowship of the two races under the guidance of 
the principles of the Gospel. It is hoped that the agencies co- 
operating with this Convention continue and extend all possible 
assistance in training and guiding negro ministers and other leaders, 
and where possible co-operate with them in supplying existing 
destitution. 

PROHIBITION AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 

The enemies of society are in close organization and quick com- 
munication, and they have lately shown their power. Some friends 
of society have so far joined these enemies as to use their arguments. 
Are they more concerned to maintain a theory than to restrain 
evil men? They use the personal liberty argument against na- 
tional prohibition. Of course, society is possible only on the 
recognition that it is supreme against individual preference when- 
ever the two may be in conflict. Every law is a restriction of per- 
sonal liberty. And such restrictions are the measure of social 
progress when, as in the case of prohibition, they are imposed by 
the majority of the community for the common advantage. We 
are called upon to expose such specious appeals to popular prejudice 
as this well-worn argument, and to redouble our vigilance and effort 
to form a controlling public conscience and assist officers in bringing 
to justice the violators of the prohibition law. Your committee 
believes that the State law for the enforcement of prohibition ought 
■ to be brought by the next Legislature into conformity with the 
national enforcement law. 

Amendment. Resolved, that this Convention put itself on record as 
endorsing the Volstead Act, and urge its enforcement. 

PRISONERS 
"I was in prison and ye came unto me." Christians here and 
there have ministered to the social outcasts in jails, State prisons, 
road and farm convict camps, but it may be doubted whether we 
have done our duty in supplying regularly their religious needs. 
Your committee respectfully urges that the Board of Missions 
be instructed to provide in its annual budget to meet as far as pos- 
sible this too long neglected obligation. 



APPENDIX D 

Hospital Report 



We are presenting the third report of the North Carolina Baptist 
Hospital. We are pleased to announce that the enterprise is at 
last rounding itself into shape. The beginning was small. At the 
last moment in making out the allotments of the 75 Million Cam- 
paign one hundred thousand dollars was set apart to be given to 
hospitals in five years. A committee of three, without authority, 
undertook to fan the flame of hospital enthusiasm. They venture 
the announcement that no town would be selected for the location 
that did not offer as much as $100,000.00 and a site for the build- 
ings. The eagerness on the part of a number of places was a 
revelation and an encouragement. It seemed clear that the time 
had come to take up this long delayed task. The findings of the 
committee were reported to the Convention at Asheville. The com- 
mittee was enlarged by adding two more. It was called the Hos- 
pital Commission and authorized to proceed to locate the first hos- 
pital. The difficult undertaking, made so by the large number of 
bids, resulted in the selection of Winston-Salem. The commission 
was authorized by the Convention to build and equip the hospital 
for the reception of patients as early as possible. A local advisory 
committee of physicians and other citizens was chosen to aid in 
steering the new enterprise. We craved wisdom that would save us 
from the mistake of doing something that would have to be undone 
in a few years. 

Today we present to the Convention, almost completed, a hos- 
pital with the capacity of one hundred and ten beds, a general de- 
scription of which follows: 

The hospital is located on an elevated tract of land occupying an 
entire square of nine acres in an exclusive residential section of the 
town, there being suflScient ground for future additions to the 
hospital for many years to come. Just here the attention of the 
Baptists is called to the fact that a Nurses' Home to take care of 
thirty nurses is needed right away; here is an elegant opportunity 
for some individual or family to build a most fitting memorial. 

The hospital is of fire-proof construction throughout and is five 
stories high exclusive of the basement. The building is "T-shaped" 
— the front portion facing east and being one hundred and twenty- 
four feet across and thirty-eight feet deep; from the central portion 
an "L" extends back sixty-six feet and is forty-two feet wide. The 

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basement contains the machinery rooms, boilers, fuel room, refriger- 
ating plant, and laundry space sufficient to take care of a plant of 
two hundred and fifty patients. 

The first floor is given up entirely to administration, dining-rooms, 
offices, superintendent's and internes' living quarters, laboratories 
and X-ray room — in the "L" are the main kitchen, diet kitchen, cold 
storage and storage. 

The second floor is a ward floor, exclusively, and will accommodate 
twenty-nine patients. The third, fourth and fifth floors contain 
private and semi-private rooms; eleven private rooms having private 
baths. The third floor will take care of forty-one patients; the 
fourth floor, twenty-three patients; and the fifth floor will take care 
of twelve patients, the entire "L" being taken up with the operating 
rooms, etc. 

On each floor there are two sun parlors (one in each end of the 
main building) and a waiting room. The elevator goes up in the 
center of the building, and there is an enclosed stairway at either 
end of the main building and a fire escape at the end of the "L." 

The exterior is finished in brick trimmed with granite and terra 
cotta. Every effort is being made to see that the North Carolina 
Baptist Hospital will be an institution of which the whole State 
will be proud. 

Committees are now at work selecting equipment and furnishings 
that will be in keeping with the building. We decided that we could 
not afford to offer this hospital to the service of the public with 
anything less than the most approved equipment in every depart- 
ment. 

The commission has elected G. T. Lumpkin, of Suffolk, Vir- 
ginia, superintendent of the hospital, and Miss Edna L. Hein- 
zerling the superintendent of nurses. Brother Lumpkin is a Vir- 
ginian, a graduate of Richmond College and of our Seminary. For- 
tunately he does not need introduction to our people. At Roanoke 
Rapirs, Scotland Neck, Winston-Salem and Oxford he has left endur- 
ing evidences of his ability as organizer, pastor and preacher. While 
his life has been given to the pastorate he is also a man of unques- 
tioned business ability. A ready speaker, he can make a strong 
presentation before any audience. He is resourceful, full of energy, 
and has tact in handling delicate situations; and above all he is a 
spiritual force without which we should not think of operating a 
hospital for a single day. 

Miss Edna L. Heinzerling, superintendent of nurses, is from 
Statesville, N. C, and is a member of Brown Memorial Baptist 
Church, of Winston-Salem. In addition to her regular course as a 



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graduate nurse, she has had six years of hospital experience, part 
of which was in City Memorial Hospital, Winston-Salem. This, 
with her refined Christian character, leaves nothing further to 
be desired for the head of this department. She has already taken 
up her work and is organizing her force of nurses and giving val- 
uable aid in selecting the equipment. 

The Hospital should be ready for patients not later than March 
of next year. We believe that we are not moving faster than the 
desires of our people nor faster than the pointing finger of the 
Great Healer. In this undertaking North Carolina Baptists are 
coming nearer to a well-rounded program for presenting His whole 
life to the people. Big business without the safeguard of steward- 
ship, is but a forerunner of disaster; enlarged education, without the 
Great Teacher in the classroom, leads into spiritual and intellectual 
mazes, and finally into the dark; the operating-room and the room 
of the silent watches without the Healer in the midst has lost the 
finely balanced touch between body and spirit. These are the big 
things of our earthly life, and if the Master is recognized all the 
way, all life and all life's work are crowned with glory. 

The immediate ministry of the hospital is the one of healing. 
But we also realize the necessity of planning and equipping it to 
become a great school for the training of nurses. It should furnish, 
in the first place, the safest possible surroundings for the unpro- 
tected girl away from home. The training itself should meet the 
highest standards for modern nursing. Along with that there 
should be the added quality of unselfish devotion to the service of 
humanity. There is a wide field awaiting that type of young woman 
in general health and welfare work, in churches employing helpers, 
in institutions, and perhaps, most of all, in private nursing in which 
the nurse really does her work among the suffering in the spirit 
of the Master. 

This work has not been accomplished without considerable effort. 
Special mention should be made of the untiring service of the 
members of the commission, especially those living in Winston- 
Salem. We are under lasting obligations to the members of the local 
advisory committee, of whom Dr. Lockett has given time and most 
valuable service. 

The Woman's Missionary Union offered its services two years 
ago. Long before the building was completed the women were eager 
to begin furnishing it. Under the leadership of Mrs. W. N. .Tones, 
president of the Union, and Mrs. J. J. Roddick, of Winston-Salem, 
superintendent of the Pilot Mountain W. M. U., the women of the 
State have pressed this work until a large part of the furnishing 



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has already been secured. Although, it will require about $15,000.00 
to accomplish this, no doubt is entertained as to the final result 
since our women have begun this good work. To say that we are 
under obligations to these women is a lame expression, for by so 
doing we would seem to imply that the hospital is an enterprise 
apart from them. In truth, however, in the hospital enterprise 
women are but coming into their own. 

Since we plan to open the hospital in the next few months, it is 
of the utmost importance that we get a clear understanding of our 
present financial situation. The contract price for the building was 
in round numbers $182,000.00. It is estimated that the furnishing 
of the rooms will be about $15,000.00. The kitchens, dining-rooms, 
operating-rooms. X-ray and the scientific equipment $75,500.00. 

During the first year the hospital cannot be expected to pay ex- 
penses. So we may be prepared to be called upon to ma'ke up a 
deficit. 

We have received from the 75 Million fund $50,000.00; from 
the Baptists of Winston-Salem about $50,000.00, in addition to the 
lot. The balance of the 75 Million pledge will not be due in 
two years more. The last installment of Winston-Salem's $100,000.00 
contribution (exclusive of the lot) will be due July 1, 1923. It would 
be unwise in the extreme, the commission feels, to postpone the 
completion and opening of the hospital till the balance of the pledges 
are due. The commission, therefore, suggests the wisdom of a tem- 
porary loan on the property and, in anticipation of that, recom- 
mends the incorporation of the hospital under the name of the 
North Carolina Baptist Hospital, Incorporated. It recommends that 
the Convention name twelve incorporators who shall serve as the 
first board of trustees and that the twelve be authorized to secure a 
charter for the corporation. 

J. M. Aenette, 

R. C. Duim, 

A. E. Tate, 

R. J. Bateman, 
, Gilbert T. Stephenson, 

A. H. EiXEE, 

B. F. Huntley, 
J. WiLBUE Cbews, 
M. L. Kesler, 

Commiission. 



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CERTIFICATE OP INCORPORATION 
We, the undersigned, do now associate ourselves and do hereby 
unite for the purpose of forming a corporation under the general 
laws of the State of North Carolina, and do hereby make and exe- 
cute the following articles of incorporation and do hereby certify 
as follows: 

Fi7-st. The name of this corporation shall be The North Carolina 
Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated. 

Second. The location of the principal office and the place where 
the principal business of said corporation Is to be transacted is in 
the city of Winston-Salem, County of Forsyth, State of North Caro- 
lina, but it may maintain offices and places of business in other 
places in the State of North Carolina. 

Third. The objects for which said corporation is formed are as 
follows: 

1. To construct, own, maintain and operate hospitals, sanitariums, 
infirmaries, nurses homes, and training schools for nurses, and any 
and all other kinds of agencies, institutions, equipments for the re- 
lief of pain or the cure of diseases through the exercise of medical 
and surgical skill; 

2. To receive and treat patients either free of charge or for com- 
pensation; 

3. To issue certificates to or confer degrees upon nurses graduating 
in its nurses training schools: 

4. In carrying out the general objects for which this corporation 
is organized, to acquire property of all kinds, real and personal, by 
gift, will, trust or purchase; to hold same in conformity with all 
lawful conditions imposed by the donors; to use, employ and expend 
the same in maintaining or acquiring or holding the property for 
the corporate purposes herein mentioned; to sell, manage or other- 
wise convey real and personal property; to borrow money and exe- 
cute notes and bonds as evidence of indebtedness and to secure loans 
by mortgage, deed of trust and other forms of lien; and in general 
to do and perform all things either necessary or proper for carrying 
out the purpose for which this corporation is created . 

5. Inasmuch as this corporation is not organized for the purpose 
of profit and has no capital stock, the incorporators shall constitute 
the board of trustees and shall serve until a board of trustees shall 
be elected by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina in the 
following manner: 



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At the next session of the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina, after the issue of this Certificate of Incorporation, the 
Convention shall elect a Board of Trustees of said corporation, com- 
posed of twelve members, three of whom shall serve one year, three 
two years, three three years and three four years, and each until 
his successor shall be elected and shall take office and the terms of 
office thereafter shall be four years. 

The members of the Board of Trustees of said corporation shall 
be residents of the State of North Carolina and members in good 
and regular standing of a Missionary Baptist Church cooperating 
with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. At each sub- 
sequent regular annual session of the Baptist State Convention of 
North Carolina, three members of the Board of Directors of said 
corporation, satisfying the above qualifications shall be elected 
by the Convention to succeed the members of the said Board re- 
tiring. Removal from the State or ceasing, for any reason, to be a 
member in good and regular standing of a Missionary Baptist 
Church cooperating with the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina, shall be equivalent to a resignation from said Board of 
Trustees. Any vacancy on the Board shall be filled by the remaining 
members until the next regular annual session of the Convention, 
and the Convention, at its next regular annual session shall fill 
the vacancy for the unexpired term. 

6. This corporation has no capital stock; the names and post- 
office address of the incorporators are as follows: 

Name Postoffice Address 

B. F. Huntley Winston-Salem, N. C. 

J. Wilbur Crews ..Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Egbert L. Davis Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Mrs. Ruth Roddick • -Winston-Salem, N. C. 

A. Wayland Cooke Greensboro, N. C. 

A. E. Tate .• High Point, N. C. 

J. H. Bostic Charlotte, N. C. 

T. L. Johnson Lumberton, N. C. 

Mrs. L. T. Vaughan Nashville, N. C. 

R. J. Bateman . .Asheville, N. C. 

Zeno Wall Goldsboro, N. C. 

Gilbert T. Stephenson Raleigh, N. C. 

7. The period of existence of this corporation is unlimited. 



126 ]Sr. C. Baptist State Convention' 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF we have hereunto set our hands and 
affixed our seals this the 14th day of December, 1922. 

(Seal) 

(Seal) 

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(Seal) 

(Seal) 

(Seal) 

(Seal) 

(Seal) 

(Seal) 

(Seal) 

(Seal) 

(Seal) 



APPENDIX E 

Orphanage Report 



We have more children in our care now than we have ever re- 
ported before — 552 in the Orphanage proper and 143 aided in their 
own homes, making in all 695. The enlargement of our Orphanage 
work, however, has not been in proportion to the increase of some 
other departments since the beginning of the 75 Million Cam- 
paign. 

During the past year we have added one new building at Thom- 
asville, the Hutchinson Memorial. The Simmons Nursery has been 
rebuilt, but this only replaces the building that was burned. So 
while two cottages have been completed, only the room of one build- 
ing has been added. During the last three years considerable im- 
provements have been made at the Kennedy Home, but no addi- 
tional room for children. 

The Board of Trustees authorized the addition of the eleventh 
grade which will enable the orphanage to become an accredited 
high school. In addition to the regular common school studies, 
almost daily work is given in the Bible. The S. S. Manual is given, 
also studies in the Old and New Testament, "Winning to Christ" 
and "Doctrines of Our Faith." Our Sunday School is on the graded 
plan. Two B. Y. P. U. organizations, the Missionary Society and the 
junior societies are doing excellent work. The recent organization 
of Boy Scout bands promises to be not only an interesting but a 
helpful experiment. It will necessarily have to be modified to fit 
our conditions, and will, as anywhere else, help harness energy and 
develop manhood among the boys. Also, two literary societies have 
been organized. This is a statement of our principal educational 
activities. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

We have taken care not to go far beyond our prospects in con- 
tributions. Before the Thanksgiving returns began coming in we 
were about twelve thousand dollars behind in settling our bills. Our 
present Thanksgiving returns are the best we have ever had. If 
we count from Convention till Convention, which includes thirteen 
months and two Thanksgiving seasons, our contributions would run 
up to about $200,000.00, but count from November to November it 
amounts to $142,450.42. The reason why we were not overwhelmed 
in debt is that we turned down streams of applications. Our room 
in the cottages was all taken, to be sure, but we had the opportunity 

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of aiding several hundred children with their mothers. Twenty 
thousand dollars could have heen wisely spent in this form of en- 
largement. We recommend no change whatever in our financial 
plans — the once a month collections from the Sunday Schools and 
the One Day's Work, or income Thanksgiving offering. We con- 
fidently believe that our people will grow in giving to the Orphanage 
and meet the growing demands upon us. 

OUR NEEDS 

In the Hutchinson building for the largest boys we are making an 
adventure back to the original unit cottage plan. This has never 
been changed for the nurseries. It is working so well we crave the 
same thing for the larger girls in which they have their own kitchen 
and dining-room, and so constructed that it could be a model cottage 
for a domestic science course, worked out under home-like condi- 
tions. Forty or fifty thousand dollars could be well spent in adding 
kitchens and dining-rooms to the nine buildings without them. A 
smaller proportionate amount would make the changes at the Ken- 
nedy Home. Your general manager came to the work seventeen 
years ago in favor of the general dining room. After these years 
of experience he is thoroughly convinced that we should never have 
departed from the plan of the founder, and that now we should 
return to it as rapidly as possible. It calls for an outlay of money 
to put it into effect, but after that the cost will be practically the 
same. 

Another needed improvement in our education is the introduction 
of manual training as a definite part of the school life. All need 
it, but many are not capable of taking a regular high school course. 
At a certain point there should be a parting of the ways and those 
who do not have the gifts for the more literary studies should have 
the emphasis placed on the domestic arts, mechanics and agricul- 
ture. 

W^e have also come to the time when we should make a larger 
provision for the play life of the children. This calls for both 
equipment and supervision. This will not only add to health and 
happiness, but will add mental alertness and result in better morals 
as well. 

While we greatly need more cottages, yet we can never hope 
to house, in our city of children, all who call for help. We average 
turning down two applications a day for lack of room. Not all of 
these should be received even if we had room. But in each case there 
is a cry of distress, and the Orphanage is the last court of appeal they 



Mi^sTTTTEs OF Session 1922 129 

know. The Orphanage, from the very fact that it is appealed to, 
is under serious obligations to set in motion some plan of relief, 
some sort of adjustment. Many of these children with good mothers 
should be aided in their own unbroken homes. "The fatherless and 
the widow" is the Divine plan, and appeals to practical experience 
as well. Forty-five per cent of the children in the Orphanage have 
living mothers. We need to adjust ourselves to the changing social 
conditions. We can no longer hold our place on the program of 
child welfare by running on this single track service. This means 
we are no longer to confine ourselves to the work inside the walls 
of the institution. We have done the publicity work through Charity 
and Children and by addressing the people in the churches and before 
associations, setting forth our needs. We have tried to do all the 
rest from the ofiice. With near two hundred children aided with 
their mothers, we are driven to the necessity of employing a suf- 
ficient field force to do the proper supervision. Thus we enter a 
broad field of constructive work. This field work should include an 
investigation of almost every case received into the Orphanage and 
should not end there. Many would be found that could be adjusted 
at home with relatives and the Orphanage would be saved the em- 
barrassment of turning down the case with seeming indifference. It 
would further develop a helpful relationship between the institution 
and the mothers and relatives whose children are being cared for. 
As it is now many of these mothers whose children are in the 
Orphanage have a wrong attitude and regard their children as in a 
sort of prison and badly treated. They try to get all out of the 
Orphanage they can, showing no willingness to contribute anything, 
even when they are in condition to do so. If, while we are lifting 
up the children, nothing is done to develop a finer spirit at home, 
only part of the task is performed. This is the larger field, as I see 
it, inviting us forward, which means a better and larger organization 
and larger means for carrying it out. 

Only a large program can meet the needs, and only a large 
one will grip the people. The failure of this kind of work, in many 
quarters, is due to the pitiful weakness in the whole enterprise. It 
is its failure to appeal to red-blooded men. Nothing else in the whole 
realm of human endeavor means so much for human advancement 
and the on-going of the Kingdom of Heaven as the proper care of 
the child in our midst. The hindrance and menace of it all is the 
child neglected in health, in training, and in moral and religious 
guidance. Neglect here and we surrender our place in the illus- 



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trious line of those wlio serve the King by serving "one of these 
least." The fact that the Orphanage hour in our associations and 
in our Convention, is a great hour, is not so much a tribute to the 
institution or its management as it is an evidence of the goodness 
of heart and the clearness of vision of our people. For this we 
thank God and take boundless courage. 

M. L. Kesler, 
General Manager. 



APPENDIX F 

Report of Secretary of Ministers' Relief 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF MINISTERS' RELIE'F 

In keeping with the action of last session of the Convention, the 
Baptist Ministers' Relief Board of North Carolina, after thirty-two 
years of faithful service, closed its work and passed out of existence 
last February. The funds in its keeping known as "The Permanent 
Investment Fund," were passed over to the Baptist Foundation. 
Throughout the existence of this Board, it was fine in personnel and 
faithful in service, and none were finer than those who laid down 
the work last February. 

The writer of this report was made Secretary of Ministers' Relief 
Work to endorse all applications before they are forwarded to 
Dr. Lunsford at Dallas, Texas. 

Included in this report is the report of Secretary Lunsford con- 
cerning the North Carolina work and beneficiaries. 
A Brief Report By William Lunsford, Corresponding Secretary With 
Regard to the North Carolina Work for the Past Tivelve Months. 

The Relief and Annuity Board was chartered in September, 1918, 
in Dallas, Texas, by order of the Southern Baptist Convention. It 
has, therefore, had three and one-half years of actual functioning. 

It has invested assets today of: 

Relief Department $ 419,027.25 

Annuity Department 730,061.27 

Total $1,149,088.52 

The Board gathered and invested for the two departments, in 
the form of endowment and reserve, at the rate of $383,029.50 per 
year. In addition thereto, it has paid to its old and retired preachers 
$300,173.31, or at the rate of $100,057.77 as an average per year for 
the past three years. The Board paid out during the past year to her 
relief -beneficiaries the sum of $128,966.89, which is $10,000.00 in 
excess of what we paid them last year. 

While we have made great strides since the organization of the 
new Convention Board in giving aid and comfort to the disabled 
and retired ministers, we are just beginning to do what we should 
do. Our aim should be to persuade our people to say to the ministers 
in active service today: "Give yourself whole-heartedly to work, 

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spend yourself freely, be not afraid; we do not pay you just the 
salaries that we should, but this we do, at least, solemnly promise, 
we will stand back of you; if you fail in the work, we will care 
for you; if you die, we will not permit your family to suffer; if you 
grow old in it, we will comfort your declining years." Just that 
and nothing short of it should be the attitude of our great denomi- 
nation to its ministry, and every one of our young preachers should 
feel that the denomination has so spoken to him, and that he can 
accept its word at par. If we could say that so as to carry convic- 
tion to the men of the hard fields, and the small salary, we should 
put new life in them, we should greatly increase their efficiency, 
and the denomination would be the real beneficiary. 

Eight hundred and four beneficiaries were aided last year, seventy- 
three of those reside in North Carolina. It will appear that there 
are forty-six men, and twenty-seven widows, and that the men are 
receiving on an average of $14.04 per month, or $168.48 annually, 
and the widows are receiving on an average of $12.27 per month, 
or $147.24 annually. 

There are, in North Carolina, one hundred members of the An- 
nuity Fund. 

J. M. Abnette, 
Secretary Ministers' Relief. 



APPENDIX G 

Biblical Recorder 



BIBLICAL RECORDER 

It was at the session of the Convention which met in this city 
twenty-one years ago that the Biblical Recorder made its first report 
after the arrangement had been made which the Convention at the 
session of 1901 recommended. 

From the time it was founded until 1901 the paper had been pri- 
vately owned and controlled. At the Convention which met in 
Raleigh in 1901 a special committee which had been appointed to 
suggest some other arrangement for the publication of the paper, 
recommended that the Convention buy and publish the paper. 
John E. White, chairman of the special committee, presented the 
report. A very lively discussion followed, which was engaged in by 
sixteen brethren; the report was rejected, and in lieu thereof the 
following, which was introduced by J. D. Hufham, was adopted: 

"That the Convention recommends the organization of a corpora- 
tion to own and operate the Biblical Recorder, and the North Caro- 
lina Baptist, if desired, and appoint a committee of five to effect the 
same by the first of February, 1901, or earlier if possible." 

Acting under the instruction of the Convention, the committee of 
five appointed J. W. Bailey, who was then editor of the Recorder, 
to secure a hundred brethren, if possible, to become stockholders in 
the Biblical Recorder Publishing Company. The committee reported 
at the Convention in 1901 that the company had been organized and 
the stock taken. 

At the session of the Convention which met in Wilmington in 
1907, at the request of the directors of the Biblical Recorder Publish- 
ing Company, a closer relation was formed by having the Convention 
appoint a committee of seven to act with the seven directors in the 
election of an editor, when for any reason, it became necessary to 
elect one. Under this arrangement the paper has been conducted 
for the past fifteen years. 

As has been stated before, the Recorder is more fortunate than 
most of the Baptist papers of the South. We have our own printing 
plant and an office building. The income from these outside sources 
makes it possible for us to give the Recorder to our readers below 
the cost of publication. 

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134 N. C. Baptist State Convention 

The past year has been a trying one. The paper has been handi- 
capped by giving so much space to the discussion of matters of 
denominational interest. Much of this discussion, we are sure, 
has been hurtful to our cause, and very little of it has been edifying 
and constructive. During the past year the paper has been more 
of a forum for debate than an agency for constructive work. It 
was diflBcult for the editor to decide, in many instances, whether 
the freedom of speech was a sufl3.cient reason for allowing some 
things to go into the paper, which, he feared would have an in- 
jurious effect upon the work of the denomination. Some communi- 
cations were so manifestly of an injurious nature that they were 
returned to the writers, while in other cases those who sent commu- 
nications of questionable value were given the benefit of the doubt. 

As the editor is to be the sole judge of what should be published 
and what kept out, the final responsibility for the effect of any- 
thing published rests on him. Hereafter, anything which, in the 
judgment of the editor, would injure the work of our denomination, 
or that would retard the progress of the Kingdom, will not be ad- 
mitted to the columns of the Recorder. 

It is the earnest desire of the management to make the paper the 
greatest possible agency for usefulness, and to that end we ask 
the cooperation of all our people. We trust that we shall have 
smoother sailing next year, and we hope to make the Recorder of 
greater interest and service to our readers. ^ 
J. S. Farmer, Livingston Johnson, 

Business Manager. Editor. 



APPENDIX H 
Statistics and Other Data 



Compiled by E. L. Middleton 
Statistical Secretary of the Convention 



Directory of the Southeikn Baptist Convention 
Organized May 8, 1845 

Officers for Session 1921 — President, E. Y. Mullins, Louisville, 
Ky.; Secretaries, Hight C. Moore, Nashville, Tenn., and J. H. 
Burnett, Macon, Ga. 

Foreign Mission Board, Richmond, Ya. — President, R. E. Gaines; 
Corresponding Secretary, J. F. Love. 

Home Mission Board, Atlanta, Ga.— President, John F. Purser; 
Corresponding Secretary, B. D. Gray. 

Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tenn. — President, W. F. Powell; 
Corresponding Secretary, I. J. Van Ness. 

Education Board, Birmingham, Ala. — President, F. S. White; 
Corresponding Secretary, W. C. James. 

Relief and Annuity Board, Dallas, Tex. — President, ; 

Corresponding Secretary, Wm. Lunsford. 

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky. — Presi- 
dent, E. Y. Mullins; Treasurer Students' Aid Fund, B. Pressly 
Smith. 

Woman's Missionary Union — (Organized May 14, 1888), auxil- 
iary to the Convention. Headquarters at Birmingham, Ala. Miss 
Kathleen Mallory, Corresponding Secretary. 

The next meeting of the Convention will be held at Kansas City, 
Mo., May 15, 1923. 

NOTES AND EXPLANATIONS 

For the data given in the following pages the Secretary is chief- 
ly and gratefully indebted to the clerks of the respective associa- 
tions. 

The total contributions of the entire Church— Sunday Schools, W. 
M. U. agencies, etc. — are meant to be included for the various 
objects indicated. 

Names of churches having preaching every Sunday are printed 
in sMAT.r. caps; those having preaching two or three Sundays are 
in italics. If there are errors it is due to information being with- 
held by clerks. 

Churches or single items marked thus (*) have the latest available 
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W. T. Owensby, Kannapolis 

J. R. Renfrow. Matthews... . 


W. M. Austin, Bosts Mill,. 

A. C. Hollman, Newe'.Ls... 

S. C. Ro.se. North Charlotte 


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H. M. Blackwelder, Pineville, R. 15. 

J. L. Shannon, Matthews 

L. S. Jones, Mooresville, R. 4 

J. F. Easley, Concord, R. 6 

A. M. Culp, Pineville 

L. M. Broom, Paw Creek _. 

F. F. Hastings, Huntersville 

J. Hall, Derita 

J. M. Hough, Allen, R. 1.. 


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Kannapolis- J. H. Broom 

Matthews— G. M. Austin 


Miami . 

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North Charlotte— J. D. Moose. 


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Oak Grove— 3. R. Smith 

Pleasant Plains— J. W. Snyder 

Rockwell — James Brown 

Roberta — M. L. Darton '.. 

Stottgh Me.viorial- J. M. Bennett. 

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Union Grove — M. V. Snypes 

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C. A. Ledford, Flinty 

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H. A. Henderson, Eldorado- 

B. F. Reynolds. Troy 

E. P. McLindon, Mt. Gilead 

J. C. Thompson, Canby... 

J. T. Deaton, Candor... 

U. G. Hunsuckor. Wadevillp 


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G. B. Morris, Troy... 

M. J. Willinma Mf Ciilca,] 


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J. L. Roberson, Candor 

G. R. Ellis, Star _... 

Walter Andrews. Mt. Gilead 


J. S. Edwards, Troy __ 

W. H. Blue, Wadeville 

G. F. Hardister, Albemarle.-. 


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Mount Carmel — J. R. Jordan 

Mount Gilead — 0. L. Riecs 


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Pleasant Grove — J. R. Jordan . 

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237 



Associations and Superintendents 



Societies 



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butions 



Ashe — Mrs. T. Grady Nanney, West Jefferson. 

Alexander 

Avery— Mrs. J. L. Pyatt, Pyatt 

Beulah — Miss Ella Thompson, Leasbuife.. - 

Bladen — Mrs. S. N. Watson, Bladenboro 

Brunswick — Mrs. Carl Ward, Bolivia -.. 

Brushy Mt.— Mrs. J. W. Nichols, N. Wilkesboro 

Buncombe — Miss Annie L. Logan, West Asheville 

Caldwell — Mrs. O. L. Grice, Lenoir -.. 

Cape Fear^Columbus — Mrs J. L. Memory, Whiteville 

Carolina — Mrs. J. F. Brooks, Hendersonville.. 

Catawba River — Mrs. Jerome Wortman, Morganton. 

Central— Mrs. J. F. Mitchiner, Franlclinton 

Chowan — Mrs. B. B. Sawyer, Belcross 

Cumberland — Mrs. D. C. Rogers, Fayetteville.. 

Eastern — Miss Macy Cox, Magnolia 

Flat River — Miss Bettie Frances Knott, Oxford... 

French Broad— Mrs. R. L. Moore, Mars Hill 

Gaston — Mrs. H. B. Moore, Gastonia 

Green River — Mrs. L. L. Witherspoon, Marion 

Haywood — Mrs. J. C. Byers, Clyde.- 

Johnston — Mrs. B. A. Hocutt, Clayton 

Kings Mtn. — Mrs. John Wacaster, Cherryville, R. I 

Liberty — Mrs. R. S. Green, Thomasville 

Liberty — Ducktown. . 

Little River — Miss Mattie Bain, Coats 

Macon — Miss Bertha Moore, Franklin.. 

Mecklenburg-Cabarrus — Mrs. C. B. Mooney, HuntersvUle. 

Mitchell — Miss Bertha Johnson, Toe Cane 

Montgomery— Mrs. W. L. Wright, Troy 

Mt. Zion— Mrs. M. W. Buck, Burlington _ 

Neuse-Atlantic — Mrs. John R. Carroll, Greenville 

New Found 

Pee Dee— Mrs. T. B. Henry, Wadesboro 

Piedmont — Miss Mollie Patterson, Gieensboro 

Pilot Mountain — Mrs. J. J. Roddick, Winston-Salem 

Raleigh — Mrs. Z. M. Caveness, Raleigh 

Roanoke — Mrs. L. T. Vaughan, Nashville 

Robeson — Mrs. H. T. Pope, Lumberton 

Sandy Creek — Mrs. J. U. Gunter, Sanford 

Sandy Run— Mrs. J. R. Moore, Forest City 

South River — Mrs. C. S. Royall, Salemburg... 

South Fork — Mrs. J. Y. Killian, Newton 

South Mountain 

South Yadkin — Miss Laura Laaenby, Statesville 

Stanly — Mrs. J. M. Mauney, New London 

Stony Fork — Miss Minnie Day, Blowing Rock 

Stone Mountain 

Surry — Mrs. A. O. Bray, Elkin 

Tar River — Mrs. Wingate Underhill, Louisburg 

Tennessee River — Mrs. Robt. L. Randolph, Bryson City... 

Three Forks — Mrs. D. F. Horton, Vilas 

Transylvania — Mrs. C. C. Smith, Brevard 




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$93.85 



3,503.55 

1,045.27 

430.88 

747.96 

12,967.96 
1,079.42 
2,111.19 
2,442.54 
3,453.84 

12,525.20 
9,924.34 
2,859.71 
4,915.88 
5,165.05 
1,127.40 

10,004.23 
1,317.96 
1,013.98 
5,565.22 

10,961.18 
3,782.90 



2,380.80 

666.24 

11,532.49 

19.54 

972.72 

25,255.53 

8,519.87 



11,183.76 

23,876.42 

18,581.02 

8,371.93 

21,636.01 

9,642.61 

4,732.82 

4,569.59 

946.33 

3,185.38 



4,349.27 

1,014.48 
20.90 
111.75 
199.92 

5,196.95 
953.06 
683.61 

1,237.14 



238 



N". C. Baptist State Conventiojs^ 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



Association's and Superintendents 


Societies 


Contri- 
butions 




15 
27 

1 
134 

8 

40 
10 
10 


408.91 




3,566.38 




131.00 




16,036.76 




247.56 




9,006.20 




472.97 




448.72 






Total . - 


2,112 


8296,137.29 




2,556.95 










$298,695.24 









W. M. U. TRAINING SCHOOL, LOUISVILLE, KY. 



Allen, Bertha, Gary 
Breeze, Mozelle, Durham 
Cannon, Cora Lee, Durham 
Cansler, Ora 

Crutchfield, Annie, Durham 
Eaton, Ethel, New Bern 
Gardner, Ozelle, Lattimore 
Jenkins, Kate, Murfreesboro 
Johnson, Aleen, Salisbury 
Lawrence, Alva, Apex 
Lomax, Connie, Charlotte 



McGee, Lula, Durham 
Nielsen, Jessie, Hendersonville 
Naylor, Cleta, Dunn 
Page, Nellie, Nelson 
Pierce, Ella, Ahoskie 
Reynolds, Thelma, Teer 
Reynolds, May, Raleigh 
Rose, Effie, Wilmington 
3igmon, Nannie, Wake Forest 
3pence, Marjorie, Lillington 
Watson, Theodosia, Marietta 



Seminaky, Seminary Hill. Tex. 
Hurley, Mrs. Dan T., Millsboro Wilburn, ]\Irs. G. W., Newton 
Morris, Clara, Union Mills Yearby, Mrs. I. L., Wake Forest 

Witherspoon, Mary, Greensboro 

Bible Institute, New Orleans, La. 
Braswell, Naomi, Unionville Peele, Hattie, Greensboro 

Brooks, Lula Frances, Greens- Sims, Rachel Cabe, Ridgecrest 
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NORTH CAROLINA MISSIONARIES 

OF THE Foreign Mission Boaed of the 
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION 

Name and Location. Appointed. 

Bryan, R. T., Shanghai, China 1885 

Britton, T. C, Soochow, China 1888 

Britton, Mrs. T. C, Soochow, China 1888 

Bostick, Rev. G. P., Pochow, China 1889 

Greene, Mrs. G. W., Canton, China 1891 

Lanneau, Miss Sophie, Soochow, China 1907 

Newton, W. C, Hwanghien, China 1903 

Tatum, E. F., Shanghai, China 1888 

Herring, D. W., Cheng Chow, China 1885 

Dozier, Mrs. C. K., F'ukuoka, Japan 1906 

Bryan, Miss Catharine, Yangchow, China 1908 

Tipton, Mrs. W. H., Wuchow, China 1909 

Bostick, Rev. W. D., Pochow, China 1910 

Bostick, Mrs. W. D., Pochow, China 1910 

Leonard, Rev. C. A., Laichowfu, China 1910 

Leonard, Mrs. C. A., Laichowfu, China 1910 

Hipps, Rev. J. B., Shanghai, China 1913 

McMillan, Rev. H. H., Soochow, China 1913 

McMillan, Mrs. H. H., Soochow, China 1913 

Johnson, Miss Pearl, Shanghai, China 1915 

Bostick, Miss Attie, Tai-an-Fu, China 1916 

Gallimore, A. A., Yangtak, China 1918 

McGuire, V. V., Canton, China 1919 

Powell, Rev. J. C. Ogbomoso, Africa 1919 

Caudle, Miss Cora, Abeokuta, Africa 1919 

Olive, L. B., Chinkiang, China 1920 

Olive, Mrs. L. B., Chinkiang, China 1920 

Moore, James "Walton, Chefoo, China 1920 

Middleton, Gordon K., Kaifeng, China 1920 

Middleton, Mrs. Gordon K., Kaifeng, China ; 1920 

Herring, Geo. N., M. D., Pingtu, China 1920 

Greene, Miss Valeria, Canton, China 1920 

Greene, George W., Canton, China 1920 

Grayson, Miss Alda, Laichowfu, China 1921 

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!N'oRTH Caeolina Missionaeies 243 

Nix, W. v., Fukuoka, Japan 1921 

Schell, Miss Naomi, Kokura, Japan 1921 

Phillips, A. R., Buenos Aires, Arg 1921 

Boone, C. D., Mexico 1921 

Blackman, L. E., China 1922 

Blackman, Mrs. L. E., China 1922 

Murray, Miss Kate, China 1922 

Newton, Miss Rachel S., China 1922 

Hines, Wm. E., China •. 1922 



STATISTICAL SUMMARY 



This is my fifteenth report. For months I have been trying to 
gather data. Suitable blanks for reporting all data needed is fur- 
nished each associational clerk in due time before the meeting of 
his association. No report has been received from the Elkin, Macon, 
and Tuckaseigee Associations. In the New Found there was no 
Sunday School report. In many others there were very incomplete 
reports. I wrote over 300 letters trying to get additional facts. 
Over twenty reports came in too late to attempt to gather these 
corrections. 

We carry the church membership in non-reporting churches for 
several years, but Sunday School membership only one year. The 
non-reported Mission Sunday Schools will far more than make good 
for any schools counted that do not exist. 

The statistical department of the Southern Baptist Convention 
has furnished a new form of a church letter and tabulation blanks. 
They are elaborate and in many cases seem to have befuddled 
clerks — church and associational. I know there are many errors, 
but I have tried conscientiously to gather the facts. 

ASSOCIATIONS 
There are now sixty-five associations. Two changes have taken 
place. The Liberty-Ducktown gave letters to all Tennessee churches 
to join an association in Tennessee and what is left is now the West 
Liberty. We lost nineteen churches in this way. The West Bun- 
combe has disbanded, but only one of its churches has joined an- 
other body, so I report it again. 

CHURCHES AND MEMBERSHIP 
There are now 2,250 churches — a gain of only seven. There is a 
real gain of 26 if we consider the 19 lost to Tennessee. The mem- 
bership is now 32.5,050— a gain of 11,456. There are several churches 
with no reported membership. The average church membership 
is 145. 

BAPTISMS 
There were 20,601 baptisms— a gain of only 273 over last year, but 
this is the largest number ever reported. One painful fact is that 
last year 552 churches reported no baptisms. For those reporting 
the average per church was 12. In the entire State there was one 
baptism for every 16 members. 

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Statistical Summary 245 

FINANCES 

The cash received was equal to last year but for some reason was 
not reported by the churches to their associations. The associational 
years terminate from May to November. The amounts reported are 
as follows: 75 Million undesignated $581,898.40; Missions $69,886.30; 
Benevolence, Orphanage, etc., $140,133.74; Christian Education $36,- 
615.27; Total Denominational Contributions $828,533.71. 

For the first time we have undertaken to find out how much is 
being spent for local purposes — pastors' salaries, church building, 
Sunday School expenses, etc. This first report shows $2,089,160.68. 
The grand total is $2,917,694.39. If we had complete reports this 
would be well above $3,000,000.00. 

PER CAPITA CONTRIBUTIONS 

The per capita for the entire Convention is $2.55 for denomina- 
tional objects and $8.98 for all objects. The associations giving 
above the average for denominational objects are as follows: Beulah 
$3.08; Buncombe $4.24; Catawba River $3.00; Central $6.03; Chowan 
$3.02; Cumberland $3.70; Gaston $4.03; Kings Mountain $3.31; 
Mt. Zion $4.52; Neuse- Atlantic $3.11; Pee Dee $5.75; Piedmont $6.44; 
Pilot Mt. $4.36; Raleigh $4.50; Roanoke $5.37; Robeson $3.87; Sandy 
Creek $2.68; South Yadkin $2.60; Surry $4.27; West Chowan $3.08 
and Wilmington $3.61. 

ASSOCIATIONS LEADING 

I give first and second place in each item. Number of churches, 
Roanoke 68; Tar River 65. Church membership. West Chowan 
13,735; Chowan 11,592. Baptisms, Pilot Mt. 809; Mecklenburg-Ca- 
barrus 773. Number of Sunday Schools, Tar River 65, West Chowan 
65; Pilot Mt. 63; Roanoke 63. Sunday School membership. Pilot 
11,229 ; Mt. Zion 9,374. Total denominational contributions, Roanoke 
$53,686.00; Mt. Zion $52,280.88. Total for all contributions, Roanoke 
$196,042.00; Mt. Zion $183,505.02. Per capita contributions. Pied- 
mont $6.44; Central $6.03. 

LARGE ASSOCIATIONS 
I give a few associations with large membership, Sunday Schools 
and contributions: Membership, Chowan 11,592; Mt. Zion 11,571; 
Pilot Mt. 10,040; Roanoke 9,995; Tar River 10,438 and West Chowan 
13,735. Sunday School Membership, Gaston 9,305; Mt. Zion 9,374; 
Pilot Mt. 11,229; Roanoke 9,234, and West Chowan 9,032. Total Con- 
tributions, Chowan $113,854.42; Gaston $138,491.15; Mecklenburg- 
Cabarrus $140,614.76; Mt. Zion $183,505.02; Piedmont $138,846.70; 
Pilot Mt. $139,803.98; Roanoke $196,042.00; West Chowan $115,780.03; 
Wilmington $106,581.84. 



246 ]Sr. C. Baptist State CoisrvENTioN 

SUNDAY SCHOOLS 
There are reported 2,174 — a gain of 20. Some were lost to Ten- 
nessee and at least 50 mission schools are not reported. The mem- 
bership is 265,496 — a gain of 17,797. In two years we have gained 
44,468. This is more than was ever gained in four years in the 
past. The ratio of Sunday School membership to church member- 
ship is 81.7. This means for every 100 church members there are 
81.7 people in Sunday School, but 55 per cent of these are not 
church members. This ratio for the Southern Baptist Convention 
is 64.7. A similar ratio of Sunday schools to number of churches 
in North Carolina is 96.6, and in the South 70.3. The Gaston As- 
sociation leads with a ratio 142.2. Other associations with a ratio 
above 95 are as follows: Catawba River 96.0; Johnston 96.5; Liberty 
108.0; Pee Dee 101.0; Piedmont 106.3; Pilot Mt. 111.8; Raleigh 97.5; 
South Yadkin 99.8. 

BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION 
Total number of unions to date, 1,025 — a gain of 414. Of these 
730 are Senior, 88 Intermediate, 207 Junior, with a combined mem- 
bership of 40,138. There are 41 B. Y. P. U.'s in our schools and col- 
leges. Number of A-1 unions last year, 107. Upwards of 7,500 young 
people now hold B. Y. P. U. diplomas. A total of 8,009 Study Course 
awards were issued during the year. The State Convention held at 
New Bern was attended by more than 1,250 delegates and visitors. 
The next Convention will be held at High Point, June 19-21, 1923. 
There are two whole-time workers, "Perry Morgan, State Secretary 
and Miss Elma Farabow, Secretary and Intermediate work, and 
Miss Rosa Wiggs, oflBce secretary. The B. Y. P. U. Department is 
214 Biblical Recorder Building, Raleigh. 

WOMAN'S MISSION UNION 

New societies, 264; 70 W. M. S.; 28 Y. W. A.; 39 G. A.; 100 Sun- 
beams; 27 R. A. Total number societies 2,112. 

Contributions $298,698.24, which was 5 per cent less than the con- 
tributions of the previous year. Number of tithers, 2,598, which 
was a gain over the preceding year by 1,730. The W. M. U. Banner, 
which stands for most marked improvement and for excellence of 
work, was won by the South Fork Association of which Mrs. J. Y. 
Killian of Newton is superintendent. 

Our Mission Study Department has grown by leaps and bounds; 
360 classes, 1,380 certificates and 2,005 seals awarded, which is a 
great gain over the preceding year. 



Statistical Summary 247 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS 
There are three colleges and five secondary schools under the 
State Convention control. These have 187 teachers, an enrollment 
of 2,375, and property valued at $2,912,686.02. The Home Mission 
Board operates in North Carolina one college and eight secondary 
schools with 78 teachers, an enrollment of 1,869 with property 
valued at $610,650.00. There are four other institutions owned and 
controlled hy Baptists with 33 teachers, 389 students and with prop- 
erty valued at $135,000.00. The totals are teachers 298, students 
4,633, and property $3,658,336.02. Besides these. North Carolina 
Baptists participate in three seminaries in Louisville, Ky., Ft. "Worth, 
Texas, and New Orleans, La., with 1,501 students and property 
valued at $4,330,760.89. 



PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

Winston-Sau:m, Monday, Dec. 11, 1922, 3 P. M. 

The Evangelistic Conference arranged by leaders of the work met 
in Salem Baptist Church with H. T. Stearns presiding. 

Conference began by singing, Johnnie Jones leading. Charles 
Cashwell led in prayer. H. T. Stevens made remarks about changes 
in program. A committee consisting of T. C. Keaton, J. R. Jester, 
A. A. Butler and W. R. Cullom to recommend officers for this ses- 
sion and name this organization was appointed. 

Lord's prayer was led by Leland O'Brian. W. R. Cullom led in 
prayer. 

J. M. Duncan addressed the body on "Keeping in Tune for the 
Work," after which we entered a round table discussion of good 
books. 

The Committee on Ministration reported, and the following of- 
ficers were elected for this session: President H. T. Stevens; vice- 
president L M. Mercer; recording secretary, J. C. Canipe. The 
committee recommended that we name this body "The North Caro- 
lina Baptist Pastor's Conference." The report was adopted. The 
president appointed C. C. Smith, W. R. Cullom, J. E. Kirk, B 
Townsand and W. L. Griggs as a committee to nominate officers for 
next year. Conference adjourned. 

Monday, 7:30 P. M. 
The meeting was called to order by the president, Oscar Creech 
led the devotional. I. M. Mercer led in prayer. H. T. Stevens 



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stated his regrets at the absence of M. E. Dodd, who was to address 
the conference. J. A. Mclver was introduced and called upon J. A. 
Campbell to pray for us to give prayer the proper place in our 
revivals. J. A. Mclver then spoke on "The Place of Prayer in a Re- 
vival." Zeno Wall spoke on "The Heavenly Desires." After song 
and prayer the Conference adjourned. 

Tuesday, 9 A. M. 

The devotional was conducted by E. I. Olive. C. C. Haymore and 
M. H. Shepherd led in our devotional prayers. I. M. Mercer presided 
instead of the president. S. A. Agerton led in prayer. 

H. T. Stevens spoke on "Getting things in Order for the Re- 
vival," after which Joel Snyder led in prayer. After song, "Close 
to Thee," W. H. Fitzgerald spoke on "The Holy Spirit's Relation 
to the Revival." J. L. Vipperman led in prayer. Geo. T. Tunstall 
spoke on "Evangelism in the Country Church." On motion these 
brethren were asked to preserve their speeches so they could 
be put in trace form, and published in the Recorder. 

After song J. R. Jester spoke on "Winning Souls to Christ." H. 
T. Stevens asks that we request the convention to appoint a com- 
mittee to see that a revival is held in every church in the State 
at least once a year. The nominating commission reported the 
following oflScers for next year. President, H. W. Baucom; vice- 
president, R. H. Herring; recording secretary, J. C. Canipe. The 
report was adopted. 

Charles E. Maddry spoke of the Evangelistic Department and asked 
for its encouragement. 

H. T. Stevens, superintendent of Evangelism, presented to the 
Conference the following on his staff: W. G. Hughes, B. Townsand, 
J. L. Jenkins. On motion of T. J. Taylor, a committee was appointed 
to put before the Convention the matter of a revival in every church 
in our State next year. After announcement and song, "Blest Be 
the Tie That Binds," the Conference adjourned with prayer by John 
Lanier to meet again next year, a day in advance of Baptist State 
Convention. 

J. C. Canipe, 
Recording Secretary. 



LIST OF ORDAINED MINISTERS 

This IM includes available data from sixty-three of the sixty-six 
associations. The lists are not complete. Sometimes a pastor 
appears as in the statistical tables with no postoffice given. Of 
course it is useless to give thi-: here. 

This year we have made the usual corrections of new names, eras- 
ures for deaths, removals, change of postoffice, etc. It requires about 
600 changes each year. The list below contains pastors and general 
workers. 

No one knows so well as I that there are many errors in this list, 
but I have used all available information. 

(For Ordained Ministers Not Pastors and Ministerial Students See 

Later Lists) 



Abernathy, C. A., Maiden 
Abernathy, G. P., Morganton 
Absher, J. M., Offen 
Adams, D. A., Hays 
Adams, J. Z., Trap Hill 
Adams, M. A., Rutherfordton 
Ager, Geo., Lilesville 
Alderman, J. M., Troy 
Allard, J. E, Wilmington 
Allen, J. L. Dillon, S.. C. 
Anderson, Chas., Scotland Neck 
Andrews, E. C, Mt. Holly 
Anthony, W. M., Noland 
Arledge, J. B , Saluda 
Arledge, T. W., Harris 
Arnette, J. M., Wagram 
Arrington, Frank, Waynesville 
Arrington, C, C, Mt. Airy 
Arrington, T. F., Waynesville 
Atkins, R. E., Raleigh 
Atkinson, L. J., Washington 
Austin, B. F., Taylorsville, 4 
Austin, D. M., Norwood 
Avery, W. B., Whiteville 
Ayers, W. A., New Berne 
Ayscue, J. E., Carthage 
Bagby, A. Paul, Wake Forest 



Bain, G. A., Dunn 
Baker, T. J., Buie's Creek 
Ballard, L. D., Statesville 
Bangle, P. W., Lincolnton 
Banks, W. J., Elizabeth City 
Barber, P. S., Whitnel 
Barnes, J. H., Merry Hill 
Barnes, L. E., Taylorsville 
Barnes, M. L., Gastonia 
Barnes, S. B., Coleraine 
Barnette, M. M., Clyde 
Barnwell, Geo. L., Hendersonville 
Barrett, W. C, Gastonia 
Barrs, W. L., Lexington 
Barten, C. D., Boiling Springs 
Baskin, E. L., Chapel Hill 
Bass, J. H., Roxboro 
Bateman, R. J., Asheville 
Baucom, H. W., Winston-Salem 
Baucom, W. T., Elkin 
Baugh, P. W., Lincolnton 
Beach, W. R., Hillsboro 
Beaver, E. A., Vest 
Belch, I. E., New Bern 
Bell, J. W. Faison 
Benfield, H. S., Rutherford 

College 
Benfield, J. G., Rhodhiss 

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Bennett, J. C, Asheville 
Bennett, J P., Cramerton 
Bennett, S. W., Burnsville 
Benton, Bruce, Rockingham 
Betts, J. D., Fuquay Springs 
Biggs, W. O., Elm City 
Bilbro, W. L., Greenville 
Biles, H. C, Albemarle 
Binkley, J. N., Houstonville 
Black, C. J., Gastonia 
Black, J. F., Albemarle 
Blackburn, Coy, Piney Creek 
Blackburn, S C, Todd 
Blackburn, J. F., Lincolnton 
Blackman, N. D., Marines 
Blackwell, W. M., Flat Rock 
Blalock, Jesse, Rich Square 
Blanchard, C W., New Bern 
Blanton, S. L., Ellenboro 
Blevins, J. A., Hays 
Blevins, S. L., Whitehead 
Blevins, T E., New Life 
Blythe, C. E., Blantyre 
Bobbitt, N. W., Littleton 
Boggs, J. H., Icard 
Bomar, E. E., Hendersonville 
Boney, L. B., Pollocksville 
Booker, E. B., Smithfield 
Boone, J. R., Estatoe 
Booth, J. H., Rockingham 
Bowden, J. T., Marion 
Bowden, W. C, Creswell 
Bower, F. A., Morganton 
Bradley, E. L., Asheville 
Bradley, J. A., Marshall 
Bradley, W. L., Etna 
Bradley, W. T., Stocksville 
Bradshaw, W. R., Hickory 
Branch, R. A., Lenoir 
Branton, J. S., Solola 
Brendle, J. A., Creedmore 
Bridges, B. M., Mooresboro 
Bridges, D. P., Newland 



Bridges, J. D., Lattimore 
Brinson, H. F., East Durham 
Bristow, S. F., Colerain 
Britt, P. T., Lumberton 
Britt, N. F., Lumberton 
Brock, J. P., Paw Creek 
Brooks, C. v., Goldsboro 
Brooks, E. M., Lumber Bridge 
Broom, J. H., Kannapolis 
Brown, A. L., Rose Hill 
Brown, A. E., Asheville 
Brown, H. A., Winston-Salem 
Brown, James, Cornelius 
Brown, J. M., Nealsville 
Brown, T. L., Gates 
Brown, W. T., Boiling Springs 
Brown, W. V., Cycle 
Bryant, H. G., Murfreesboro 
Bryant, J. W., Elkin 
Bryant, W. B., Globe 
Bryant, K. E., Council 
Bryson, A. C, Balsam 
Buchanan. M. L., Union Mills 
Buchanan, H. B., Glen Ayre 
Buchanan, Chas., Toe Cane 
Buchanan, A. G., Hawk 
Buck, Martin W., Burlington 
Bumgardner, E. V., Taylorsville 
Bumgardner, W. J., Taylorsville 
Bunn, D. T., Spring Hope 
Bunn, J. H., Wake Forest 
Rurcham, John, Roaring River 
Burchfield, D. F., Murphy 
Burkett, R. M., Jefferson 
Burrell, W. R., Monroe 
Burrus, G. E., Rockford 
Burrus, C. C, Wingate 
Burrus, L. W., Boonville 
Butler, A. A., Selma 
Byrd, C. E., Swepsonville 
Byrd, R. L., St Pauls 
Byrum, J. T., Winston-Salem 



Ordained Ministers 



251 



Byrum, W. J., Indiantown 
Cain, A. T., Harrisburg 
Cain, A. T., Concord 
Caldwell, C. A., Marion 
Cale, W. F., Tyner 
Cale, J. F., Roxobel 
Cale, D., Potecasi 
Calloway, J. W., State Road 
Camp, W. G.. Kings Mountain 
Campbell, R. C, Canton 
Campbell, J. A., Buie's Creek 
Campbell, W, P., Chadbourn 
Campbell, W. T.. Durham 
Canady, C. A., Roper 
Canipe, J. C, Mebane 
Cantrell, J. R., Wake Forest 
Carlton, W. F., Wilbar 
Carrick, Thomas, High Point 
Carroll, R. D., Charlotte 
Carson, J. T., Willetts 
Carter, E. T., Clinton 
Carter, Henry, Tomahawk 
Carter, A. D., Tomahawk 
Carter, J. F., Winston-Salem 
Carter, A. G., Rosemary 
Carter, J. P., Hendersonville 
Case, M. P., Flat Rock 
Cashwell, C. S., Statesville 
Cashwell, C. H., Wendell 
Cashwell, R. N., Lumberton 
Cashwell, T. L., Charlotte 
Cato, R. W., Pageland, S. C. 
Caudle, Zeb, Pageland, S. C. 
Caudle, T. A., Yadkinville 
Cawthon, K. W., Warsaw 
Chaffln, A. C, Cerro Gordo 
Champion, R. C, Landrum, S. C. 
Cheek, F. B., Whitehead 
Chronister, H. B., Maiden 
Church, W. N., Summit 
Clanton, D. C, Gilreath 
Clanton, J. W., Gilreath 
Clark, M. L., Morganton 



Clark, S. L., Hot Springs 
Clarke, J. A., High Point 
Clemmons, A. W., Bolivia 
Cleveland, W. C, Arden 
Cloer, Geo., Andrews 
Clover, M. G., Mt. Holly 
Coats, P. B., Loris, S. C. 
Coggins, L. v., Semora 
Cohn, D. K., Winston-Salem 
Cohn, E. A., Winston-Salem 
Cole, C. D., Hendersonville 
Coleman, W. A., Boardman 
Coley, J. L., Wake Forest 
Collins, W. K., Cliffside 
Collins, Alex, Mount Airy 
Collins, F. T., Smithfield 
Collins, T. D., Durham 
Combs, J. A., Erlanger 
Comer, J. R., Steeds 
Comer, W T., New Castle 
Conley, C. F., Blairsville, Ga. 
Connell, L. A., Catawba 
Cook, C. C, Bakersville 
Cook, R. L. Sylva, R. 1 
Cook, W. N., Murphy 
Cooper, W F., Doughton 
Copeland, J. E., Hertford 
Coram, R. P., Boonville 
Corbett, R. I., Ayden 
Corey, A., Jamesville 
Corn, James A., Asheville 
Corn, Jesse, Marshall, R. 3 
Corn, J. P., Zirconia 
Corn, Judson, Brevard 
Corn, R. P., Hendersonville 
Corn, H. D., Mars Hill 
Cornsilk, A., Robbinsville 
Corpening, A. N., Wake Forest 
Cothren, Grant, Lomax 
Cowan, G. N„ Apex 
Cox, R. E., West Durham 
Crabtree, W. A., West End 
Craig, B., Monroe 



252 



N. C. Baptist State Convention 



Crane, W. J., Morehead City 
Crawford, L. H., Sylva 
Creech, Oscar, Red Oak 
Creel, R. L. W., West Asheville 
Crismon, C. E., High Point 
Crisp, Oscar, Tuskeegee 
Crisp, E. D., Lenoir, R. 4 
Crisp, T. J., Conetoe 
Crow, J. W., West Asheville 
Crouch, J. P., Linwood 
Crowder, T. W., Postell 
Crowder, B. R., Winston-Salem 
Crutchfield, T. S., Roanoke Rapid 
Culbreth, H C, Spindale 
Cullom, W. R., Wake Forest 
Currin, J. B., Oxford 
Dailey, L. E., Colerain 
Darton, M. L., Concord, R. 6 
Davis, D. C, Cove Creek 
Davis, J. G., Wake Forest, R. 1 
Davis, J. W., Kings Mountain 
Davis, A. C, Marshville, R. 2 
Davis, J. B., Carboro 
Davis, M, P., Four Oaks 
Davis, Q. C. Albemarle 
Davis, R. Lee, Statesville 
Davis, T. B., Kinston, R. 3 
Davis, J. W., Cove Creek 
Davis, R. J., Hamptonviile 
Day, Fred., Winston-Salem 
Day, T. J., Warrensville 
Day, H. A., Beaufort 
Dean, E. C, Burlington 
Deaton, D. E., Fayetteville 
DeLancy, J. C, Greensboro, R. 2 
DeLoatch, B. F., Gibsonville 
Dellinger, Oscar, Edgemont 
Deitz, T. F., Bryson City 
Dietz. R. X.. Speedwell 
Denny, W. E., Grassy Creek 
Dillard, E. B.. Round Hill 
Dodd, W. H., Jacksonville 
Doreett, H. G., Chapel Hill 



Dorton, M. L., Concord 
Dowell, Geo. J., Raleigh 
DoweU, 3 L., Franklinton 
Downs, P. E., Wentworth 
Downey, J. W., Severn 
Draughn, T, S., Crutchfield 
Duggan, J. T., Unaka 
Duncan, J. M., Mount Olive 
Duncan, V. E., W^inton 
Dupree, J. E., Cherryfield 
Durham, C. H., Lumberton 
Early, B. G., Raleigh 
Eatman, T. J., Ivy 
Edwards, W. L., Swiss 
Edgerton, S. A., Buie's Creek 
Eggers, R. C, Zionville 
Elam, W. A., Shelby 
Eller, J. B., Statesville 
Eller, W H., Greensboro 
Ellington, R. P., Graham 
Elliott, J. S., Knottsville 
Elliott, P. L., Cullowhee 
Elliott, C. S., Wake Forest 
Ellis, C. G., Bakersville 
Ellis, J. A., Raleigh 
Esger, G. S., Lilesville 
Essex, J. P., Jackson 
Eubanks, M. E., Pollocksville 
Evans, E. R., Marshall 
Farmer, J. S., Raleigh 
Farthing, J. H., Sweet Water 
Fiddler, F. L., Winston-Salem 
Fields, C. F., Benham 
Fitzgerald, W. H., Black Mt. 
Fleming, J. M.. Lumberton, R. 5 
Fletcher, J. F., High Point 
Fogleman, T. W., Virgilina, Va. 
Ford, W. B., Indian Trail 
Fountain, R. S., Siler City 
Prancis, Geo., Buladean 
Frazier, I. P., Liberty 
Freeman, R. H., Hickory 
Freeman, L, E. M., Raleigh 



Ordained Ministers 



253 



Friday, C. F., Taylorsville 
Fry, F. W., Mocksville 
Fulbright, J. O., Kings Mountain 
Fulghum, J. H. Mt. Airy 
Gaines, J. A., Charlotte 
Gardner, E N., Pendleton 
Gardner, F. M., Southern Pines 
Gardner, R. A, Wake Forest 
Garrett, F. B., Hayesville 
Gay, R. L., Smithfield 
Garner, R. N., Spurgeon 
Gentry, J. J., Asheville 
Gilbert, R. M., Edneyville 
Gillespie, J. C, Boiling Springs 
Gilmore, W. M., Sanford 
Glidewell, C. W., Stoneville 
Glosson, S. C, Ellerbe 
Gold, W. M., Ellenboro 
Goode, J. M., Boiling Springs 
Goode, W. E., Reidsville 
Gordon, D. C, Wijaston-Salem 
Gordon, R. R., Pittsboro 
Gouge, J. A., Ledger 
Gragg, E. M., Vilas 
Graham, T. J., Brock 
Jrant, J. H., Duvall 
Grant, J. R., Fairview 
Gravitt, 0. G., Wake Forest 
Gray, J. J., Etowah 
Green, C. W., Marion 
Green, B. P., Mooresboro 
Green, A. J., Boone 
Green, D. A., Butler, Tenn. 
Green, J. E., Pattons Ridge 
Green, J. H., Ogden 
Green, J. L., Hopkins 
Green, Levi, Hopkins 
Green, J. R., Boiling Springs 
Green, R. W., Greens Creek 
Green, S. M., Spruce Pine 
Green, T. M., West Durham 
Green, W. G., Mill Spring 
Grice, J. B., West Asheville 



Guice, J. P., Hendersonville 
Griffin, N. H., Marshall 
Griggs, W. L., N. Wilkesboro 
Grindstaff, Isaac, Toecane 
Grogan, W. H., Stoneville 
Grogan, R. P., Cruso 
Gulley, J. P., Nashville 
Gupton, B. L., Wake Forest 
Guy, W. E., Southport 
Gwaltney, J. P., Hiddenite 
Gwaltney, L. P., Taylorsville 
Hackney, J. A., Morganton 
Hackney, J. D., Franklinville 
Hagaman, J. P., Lenoir, R. 3 
Haight, W. R., Winsdor 
Haigler, R. M., Wingate 
Haire, P. H., Fleetwood 
Hall, D. H., Micaville 
Hall, K. J., Wilmington 
Hall, R. F., Elizabeth City 
Hall, J. H., Mt. Airy 
Hall, W. M., Cataloochee 
Hall, S. P., Warne 
Hall, L. W., Minneapolis 
Hall, S. W., Winston-Salom 
Hall, W. G., Wilmington 
Hamby, J. M., Bina 
Hamby, A. C, Raleigh 
Hampton, N. S., Pineola 
Hamrick, G. P. Shelby 
Hamrick, B. M., Forest City 
Hanes, F. W., Spindale 
Hardaway, J. S., Thomasville 
Harrell, J. S., Wake Forest 
Harrelson, E. M., Tabor 
Harrelson, A. D., Loris, S. C. 
Harrill, I. D., Lattimore 
Harrill, Z. D., Ellenboro 
Harrill, H. D., Forest City 
Harrill, G. P., South Mills 
Harris, J. M., Morganton 
Harris, J. P., Bethel 
Harris, J. S., Albemarle 



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]Sr. C. Baptist State Convention 



Harris, L. W., Eldorado 
Harris, M. I., Hickory- 
Harris, T. C, Harris 
Harrison, A. L., Mt. Airy 
Harte, J. D., Oxford 
Hartsell, Paul, Creedmore 
Hartsell, W. H., Burnsville 
Hayes, A. B., Hays 
Hayes, J. M., N. Wilkesboro 
Hayes, J. E., N. Wilkesboro 
Hayes, T. M., Nathan's Creek 
Haynes, J. H., Mt. Airy 
Haynes, J. M., Clyde 
Hatley, Seymore, Mollie 
Hedgepeth, I. P., Lumberton 
Hedgepeth, R. A., Lumberton 
Helms, D. F., Unionville 
Hembree, Chas. A., Murphy 
Henderson,, J. K., Pembroke 
Henline, Julius, Spruce Pine 
aensley, S. T., Biltmore 
Hensley, J. E., Burnsville 
Henson, E. T., State Road 
Henson, Arthur, Canton 
Herring, R. H., Waynesville 
Hester, T. M., Harris 
Hester, C. R., St. Pauls 
Hewitt, D. L., Shallotte 
Hicks, H. P., Canton 
Hicks, J. J., Kings Mountain 
Higgins, J. T., Lenoir 
Hilburn, R. M., Blandenboro 
Hileman, C. W., Wampler, 
Hilliard, J. M., High Point 
Hill, J. W. P., New London 
Hill, J. E., Mars Hill 
Hines, H. B., Manteo 
Hipps, R. H., Asheville 
Hobbs, L. M., Biscoe 
Hocutt, J. E., Nashville 
Hodge, J. L., Rutherfordton 
Hodges, J. L., New Bern 
Hodges, E. C, Adams 



Hugan, J. G., Marble 
Hogan, K. W., Monroe 
Hoglen, John, Webster 
Hogshed, W. D., Birch 
Hogue, H. J., Wesser 
Holbert, J. S., Saluda 
Holcomb, W. E., Statesville 
Holland, C. P., Old Fort 
Holland, C. C, Statesville 
Hollaway, L. M., Elkin 
Holmes, W. B., Monroe 
Hoppers, W. L., Whitehead 
Hord, J. T., Kings Mountain 
Horn, G. H., Rutherfordton 
Horn, T. W., Albemarle 
Horn, C. B., Roseboro 
Hornaday, J. A., Town Hill 
Horner, K. C, Gatesville 
Hough, W. A., Denton 
Howard, A. T., Saluda 
Howard, C. B., Wake Forest 
Howard, H. S., Asheville 
Howard, W. H., Wake Forest 
Howell, A. T., Newton 
Howell, J. D., Swansboro 
Howell, W. M., Biltmore 
Hoyle, J. E., Wingate 
Hubbard, W. D., Raleigh 
Hudson, L. L., Erlanger 
Hudson, C. F., Washington 
Hudson, S. F., Shiloh 
Hughes, W, G., Statesville 
Huggins, F. M., Boone 
Huggins, W. M., Shawboro 
Humphrey, J. L., Lumberton 
Huneycutt, C. C, Stanfield 
Hunnycutt, A. J., Marshville 
Hunnycutt, Theo, Stanfield 
Hunnycutt, R. N., Rockwell 
Hunt, D. J., Spindale 
Huntley, David, Bear WalloT 
Huntley, F. J., Fletcher 
Huntley, M. M., Forest City 



Ordained Ministers 



255 



Huntley, S. F., Flat Rock 
Hurt,, J. J., Wilmington 
Hutchinson, E. J., Wadesboro 
Hyde, H. H., Hazelwood 
Ingram, R. E., Davis 
Irvin, A. C, Shelby 
Isenhour, E. J., Ahoskie 
Jackson, C. L., Wadesboro 
Jaimison, Thad, Canton 
James, R. H., Marshville, R. 5 
James, W. C, Mount Airy 
Jarvis, N. T., Roaring River 
Jenkins, J. L., Maxton, R. 4 
Jenkins, Shuford, Mars Hill 
Jenkins, C. A., Clayton 
Jester, J. R., Winston-Salem 
Jinks, L. D., Neuse, R. 1 
Johnson, E. O., St. Pauls 
Johnson, C. R., Mooresville 
Johnson, J. S., Fayetteville 
Johnson, E. N., Dunn 
Johnson, D. L., Elizabethtown 
Johnson, G. H., Belmont 
Johnson, L. L., Belcross 
Johnson, L., Raleigh 
Johnson, W. O., Grover 
Johnson, W. N., Charlotte 
Jones, J. C, Wingate 
Jones, T. A., Forest City 
Jones, Lee J., Marion 
Jones, J. T., Hendersonville 
Jones, W. J., Salemburg 
Jones, F. A., Forest City 
Jordan J. A., North Wilkesboro 
Jordan, J. R., Spies 
Joyce, J. A., Sandy Ridge 
Joyner, A. V., Williamston 
Justice, A. I., Hendersonville 
Justice, T. B., Morven 
Justice, T. L., Enfield 
Keaton, T. C, Winston-Salem 
Keller, 0. A., Aberdeen 
Kelly, W. M., Wilmington 



Kelly, J. B., Lilesville 
Kelly, C. F., Lilesville 
Kendrick, R. G., Raeford 
Kesler, M. L., Thomasville 
Key, W. H., Halls Mills 
Kidd, Jno. C, Bennett 
Kilgore, B. R., Montezuma 
Kilpatrick, J. B., Cherryfield 
Kincheloe, J. W., Rocky Mount 
King, L. C, Lenoir 
King, J. D., Wampler 
King, T. H., Gastonia 
Kinsland, J. L., Franklin 
Kirk, J. E., Rocky Mt. 
Kirk, J. L. Salisbury 
Kirk, J. T., Lewisville 
Lambert, Levi, New Hope 
Lanier, J. E., High Point 
Lanier, R. C, Greensboro 
Lanier, R. R., Seaboard 
Lanier, Hardy, Wilmington 
Lanning,T. D., Leicester 
Larkins, J. D., Fayetteville 
Lassiter, A. G., Star 
Laughridge, B. H., Maiden 
Lavender, A, H., Old Fort 
Lawhon, W. H. H., Carthage 
Lawrence, Eli, Randleman 
Ledford, E. G., Pisgah Forest 
Lee, J. M., Marble 
Lee, O. E., Greensboro 
Lee, J. N., Cherokee 
Lee, L. C, Sanford 
Leggett, G. D., Winsdor 
Lemons, R. L., Salisbury 
Lennon, R. S., Hillsboro 
Lewis, M. L., Hayesville 
Lewis, Marvin, Culberson 
Linderman, S. C, Violet 
Linberger, C. E., Drexel 
Lineberry, R. B., Colerain 
Liles, F. A., Fremont 



256 



N". C. Baptist State Coxventiox 



Linney, W. E., Wilkesboro 
Little, Luther, Charlotte 
Little, I. B., Porter 
Little, T. P., Marshville, R. 4 
Livingston, E. A., Seagrove 
Lloyd. Frank, Hiwassee, Ga. 
Lockerman, W. D., Clinton 
Long, E. A., Winston-Salem 
Long, W. A., Cove Creek 
Loudermilk, D. P., Marion 
Love, Hoyle, Unionville 
Love, A. E., Noland 
LovFB, G. C, Whaleyville, Va. 
Lunsford, W. R., Mars Hill 
McAlpine, J. M., Stony Point 
McCall, A. C, Duke 
McCall, S. B.. Brevard 
McCann, Levi, Ronda 
McCarter, W. P., Gastonia 
McClure, W. B., Alexis 
McCoy, D. C, Franklin 
McCracken. R. P., Franklin 
McDuffie, J. F., Chapel Hill 
McDaniel. E. L., Lattimore 
McElreath, F. M., Leicester 
McFalls, W. T., Candler, R. 2 
McGregor, J. C, Wake Forest 
McGregor, S. S., Nashville 
Mclntyre, S. L., Oakboro 
Mclver, J. A., Louisburg 
McKaughan, J. A., Asheville 
McKinney, C. H., Bakersville 
McMahan, W. F., Old Fort 
McManus, 0. W., Gibson 
McNeil, M., Wilkesboro 
Mace, R. G., Belmont 
Maddrey. C. E., Raleigh 
Mahaffey. R. R., Blantyre 
Manley, A. J., Rosman 
Marion, T. J., Crutchfield 
Marley, H. C, China Grove 
Marlow, H. J., Tabor 
Marr, L. N., Suit 



Marr, W. W., Cullowhee 
Marsh, A., Marshville 
Marshall, J. J., Macon 
Martin, C. F., Murphy, R. 2 
Martin, G. A., Concord 
Martin, J. L., Fuquay Springs 
Martin, W. N., Alexander 
Mason, B. K., Greensboro 
Mason, J. A., Hendersonville 
Massingale, J. C, Argura 
Matheny, C. C, Forest City 
Matheson, W. B., Robbinsville 
Matthews, J. H., High Point 
May, G. W., Gupton 
May, S. S., Yadkinville 
Mehaffey, T. P., Robbinsville 
Meigs, J. C, Marshville 
Melton, A. G., Boiling Springs 
Melton, N. A., Hendersonville 
IMercer, I. M., Wilson 
Merritt, R. P., Goldsboro 
Metcalf, W. W., Waverly 
Michael, Melvin, Patton Ridge 
Michael, W. H., Trade, Tenn. 
Middleton, J. B., Saluda 
Miller, I. C, Patterson 
Miller, D. L., Highlands 
Miller, H. R., Littleton 
Miller, H. 0., High Point 
Miller, J. R., Norwood 
Miller, W. V., Ocona Lufty 
Millican, C, Bug Hill 
Mills, G. T., Apex 
Mills, G. R., Waynesville 
Millsap, Jesse, Wayside 
Minton, R. S., Hertford 
Mitchell, O. B., Cameron 
Mitchiner, J. F.. Franklinton 
Monds. R. S., Hertford 
VIoore, A. 0., Clayton 
Moose, J. D.. North Charlotte 
Mortez, W. M., Swannanoa 
Morgan, F. I\I . Flats 



Ordained Ministers 



257 



Morgan, R. H., Mars Hill 
Morgan, S. L., Ramseur 
Moritz, W. L., Marshall 
Morris, D. P., Norwood 
Morris, W. A., Hendersonville 
Morrow, J. L., Suit 
Morton, S. F., Winston-Salem 
Mumford, E. F., Wallburg 
Murray, Ed., Wake Forest 
Murray, J. T., Winston-Salem 
Murray, L. B., State Road 
Myers, B. O., Spring Hope 
Myers, C. H., Charlotte 
Myers, W. W., North Wilkesboro 
Nanney, B. T., Swiss 
Neilson, A. J., Hendersonville 
Nelson, E. R., Henderson 
Nestor, J. M., Mt. Airy 
Newton, I. T., Whiteville 
Nichols, L. L., Patterson 
Nobles, J. W., Middlesex 
Norris, C. H., Gary 
Norris, John, Boone 
Norvelle, C. S., Durham 
Uakley, Geo. Mt. Airy 
O'Brian, L. R., Mt. Olive 
O'Kelley, T. W., Raleigh 
Oldham, S. W., Robersonville 
Olive, E. I., Mt. Airy 
Olive, W. S., Apex 
Overby, D. W., Draper 
Owen, G. F., Murphy 
Owen, J. R., Mars Hill 
Owen, J. H, Argura 
Pace, V. G., Saluda 
Padgett, L. B., Farmville 
Padgett, Chas., Bostic, R. 2 
Padgett, Rush, Lattimore 
Page, J. M., St. Pauls 
Pait, D. E., Bladenboro 
Palmer, R. L., Dark Ridge 
Pardue, A. T., Roaring River 



Pardue, T. F., King 
Parham, J G., Leicester 
Passmore, G. W., Postell, Tenn. 
Paul, E. A., Lumberton 
Payne, T. E., Taylorsville 
Peele, R. E., Clarksville, va. 
Pennill, W. A., Zionville 
Pennington, G. M., Kennarock, V£ 
Penry, H. T., Mocksville 
Peterson, C. D., Clinton 
Peterson, Alex, Ingold 
Phelment, J. P., Clifton, S. C, 
Phillips, T. B., Charlotte 
Phillips, G. C, Bear Creek 
Phillips, M. B., Mount Airy 
Phillips, N. B., Barnardsville 
Pickens, J. M., Barnardsville 
Pilkerton, G. J., Japan 
Pipes, J. C, Mars Hill 
Pippin, A. A., Wakefield 
Pipkin, Howard, Mount Olive 
Pittman, S. M., Newland 
Pittmann, A. E. C, Winsdor 
Pittman, Reuben, Altapass 
Plemmons, T. H., Greenville 
Plemmons, B. B., Trust 
Plybon, C. T., Durham 
Poe, E. D., Weldon 
Ponder, R. D., Buckner 
Pool, D. W., Winston-Salem 
Poplin, F. M., Lilesville 
Porter, A. H., Charlotte 
Potts, W. T., Highlands 
Powell, H. A., Cld 
Powell, R. E., Marshville 
Powers, J. H., Burgaw 
Powers, J. L., Bentonsville 
Pratt, R. N., Hendersonville 
Presslar, M. D. L., Polkton 
Prestwood, R. T., Lenoir 
Prevatt, F. A., Lumberton, R. 1 
Prevost, R. W., Yanceyville 



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258 



N. C. Baptist State Convention 



Pridgen, W. D., Bladenboro 
Pruett, J. B., Catawba 
Pruette, L. R., Charlotte 
Pruette, W. M., Waynesville 
Purvis, S. L., Cerro Gordo 
Putnam, D. F., Cherryville 
Pyatte, J. S., Nebo 
Queen, A. C, Sylva 
Queen, C, Belwood 
Ramy, Virgil, Franklin 
:iandolph, R. L., Bryson City 
Ray, J. B., Roaring River 
Redwine, R. K., Nashville 
Reece, D. G., Jonesville 
Reed, T. E., Campobello, S. C. 
Reid, C. B., Albemarle 
Revis, K. H., Ocona Lufty 
Rhyne, C. A., Salisbury 
Rhyne, C. Q., Gastonia 
Rhyne, S. A., Proximity 
Richardson, J. M., Kernersville 
Richardson, W. C, Greensboro 
Riddle, B. B., Dillingham 
Rimmer, W. W., Stanly 
Roach, J. F., Wake Forest 
Robbins, T. S., Buffalo Cove 
Roberson, C. M., Leaksville 
Roberts, E., Rutherfordton 
Roberts, L. C, Marshall 
Robertson, Wyatt, Boonford 
Robinson, W., Lunday 
Rogers, W. S., Murphy 
Rogers, B. N„ Clyde 
Rogers, C. F., Oriental 
Rollins, B. F., Elizabethtown 
Rollins, G. W., Concord 
Rose, J. W., Asheboro 
Ross, E. G., Hendersonville 
Ross, v., Asheville 
Rosser, W. O., Whitakers 
Royall, W. B., Wake Forest 
Ruppe, J. J., Tryon 
Rush, J. W.. Statesville 



Russell, W. J., Aquadale 
Russell, W. R., Albemarle 
Russell, G. B., Zirconia 
Sadler, J. W., Goldsboro 
Sasser, Lonnie, Rocky Mount 
Sasser, T. M., New London 
Sasser, T. L., Candler 
Sawyer, 0. W., Plymouth 
Scott, J. F., Blantyre 
Scott, E. W., Canton, R. 1 
Sears, H. C, Crabtree 
Sebastion, G. W., Wilkesboro 
Sentelle, R. A., Waynesville 
Seymour, T. Y., Raleigh 
Shaver, J. M., Granite Falls 
Shaw, F. W., Randleman 
Shehane, Y. T., Wingate 
Shell, P. J., Nebo 
Shepherd, N. H., Kenly 
Schacklette, B. M., Angler 
Shoemaker, T. P., Lenoir 
Shook, J. B., Leicester 
Shope, J. M., Yellow Creek 
Shore, R. H., Blowing Rock 
Short, R. G., Concord 
Shuford, A., Harvard 
Silvers, H. G., Hayesville 
Simmons, F. L., Nebo 
Simpson, J. E., Brevard 
Sinclair, J. W., Forest City 
Slattery, J. J., Mars Hill 
Smith, J. R., Fort Mull, S. C. 
Smith, A. B., Oakboro 
Smith, Chas. C, Brevard 
Smith, C. J., Franklin 
Smith, R. L., Halifax 
Smith, J. M., Albemarle 
Smith, J. H., Cherokee, S. C. 
Smith, L. P., Andrews 
Smith, L. W., Greenville 
Smith, W. A., Charlotte 
Smoak, E. L., Rural Hall 
Snider. F. L.. Mars Hill 



Obdained Ministers 



259 



Snow, J. A., Lincolnton 
Snyder, E. C, Monroe 
Snyder, J. S., Fayetteville 
Snyder, J. W., Concord 
Snyder, F. L., Mars Hill 
Snypes, M. V., Huntersville 
Solesbee, A. S., Franklin 
Soots, L. P., Madison 
Sorgee, B., Asheville 
Sorrels, A. P., Gilkey 
Sorrell, C. R., Parkton 
Sparks, A. F., Ledger 
Sparks, J. A., Ledger 
Sparks, J. Y., Ledger 
Sparks, L. E., Moxley 
Spease, F. E., Danalia 
Spencer, J. 0., Grassy Creek 
Spero, R. H., West Asheville 
Spilman, B. W., Kinston 
Spinx, W. D., Winston-Salem 
Sprinkle, A. J., Weaverville 
Sprinkle, W. B., Asheville, R. 4 
Sprinkle, Perry, Marshall 
Spruil, Geo. E., Rocky Mount 
Stafford, I. K., Hendersonville 
Staley, T. E., Ashley Heights 
Stamey, J. W., Spruce Pine 
Stamps, M., Louisburg 
Stanberry, J. S., Almond 
Standi, W. D., Kenly 
Stanley, H. R., Mt. Airy 
Stanley, C. S., Chadbourn 
Stanley, G. W., Mollie 
Stanley, K. L., Bug Hill 
Staton, M. M., Saluda 
Stephens, A. L., Black Mountaii 
Stephens, A. P., Evergreen 
Stevens, C. E., White Oak 
Stevens, H. T., Greensboro 
Stevens, W. R., Delway 
Stiles, B. B., Burnsville 
Stimpson, J. P., Winton 
Stone, J. I., Shallotte 



Strickland C. M., Proximity 
Strickland, W. H., Proximity 
Stroup, H. M., Broadway 
Stroup, S. A., Newton, R. 2 
Studenbroke, K. D., Bryson City 
Styles, B. B., Burnsville 
Sullivan, E. F., Maxton 
Sullivan, J. A., Wilmington 
Suttle, J. W., Shelby 
Swain, H. L., Delway 
Swain, V- M., Winston-Salem 
Swift, Wellington, Reese 
Swink, Amos, Connelly Springs 
Tanner, M. T., Hays 
Tart, E. N., Fayetteville 
Tate, R. J., Fingerville, S. C. 
Tate, W. T., Caroleen 
Tate, R. L., Benson 
Taylor, C. L., Lowell 
Taylor, T. J., Warrenton 
Teague, A. E., Belmont 
Teague, Grover, Taylorsville 
Teague, J. L., Granite Falls 
Teague, J. U., Oxford 
Teague, G. C, Wake Forest 
Teague, L. W., Wilkesboro 
Teal, C. M., Forest City 
Tew, J. 0., Roseboro 
Templeman, S. H., Elizabeth City 
Tilley, G. V., Chapel Hill 
Tipton, S. D., Burnsville 
Thayer, J. H., Elizabeth City 
Thomas, C. A. G., Rocky Mount 
Thomas, J. C, Boonford 
Thompson, Jonah, Ashley Height 
Thorn, J. L., Bostic 
Todd, J. K., Clarendon 
Todd, N. J., Woodsdale 
Townsend, B., Buie's Creek 
Trivett, G. W., Vilas 
Trivett, J. R., Trade, Tenn. 
Truett, W. T., Culberson 
Tucker, G. A., Cameron 



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Tunstall, G. T., Oxfori 
Turner. A. L., Clintor 
Turner, C. K., Statesville 
Turner, E. W., Hamptonville 
Turner, G. S., Stedman 
Turner, J. Clyde, Greensboro 
Tyner, T. J., Whiteville 
ryree, W. C, Lenoir 
Tyson, J. S., Cheraw, S. C. 
Underwood, J. M., Postell, Tenn. 
Underwood, P. A., Mooresville 
Upchurch, C. A., Oxford 
Usury, E. G., Oxford 
Vance, R. O., Proctor 
Vann, R. T., Raleigh 
Vaughan, A. 0., Hendersonville 
Vernon, T. L., Sharpsburg 
Vipperman, D. E., Pinetops 
Vipperman, J. H., High Point 
Vipperman, J. L., Dallas 
Von Miller, R. M., Wilson 
Wade, J. H., Mars Hill 
Waff. W. B., Mocksville 
Waldrop, J. L., Powells Point 
Waldrop, J. J., Albemarle 
Waldrop, H. E., McAdensville 
Walker, M., Cycle 
Wall, Zeno, Goldsboro 
Wallace, W. R., Wake Forest 
Walls, Isaac, Boomer 
Walters, R. E., Hendersonville 
Ward, J. A., Stantonsburg 
Washburn, D. G.. Shelby, R. 4 
Watkins, J. W., Solola 
Watkins, Geo. T., Durham 
Watson, T. D., Elah 
Watson, G. M., Darby 
Watson, S. N., Bladenboro 
Watson, T., Hackett 
Watts, S. I.. Boomer 
Watts, F. C, Parlier 
Watts. J. W., Taylorsville 
Way, H. F., Seagrove 



Waycaster, J. R., Little Switzer- 
land 
Weathers, J. F., Casar 
Wells, E. L., Edenton 
Wesson, David, Henry 
West, B. S., Whittier 
West Algia, Andrews 
West, E. P.. West Jefferson 
Weston, L. U., Spray 
Weston, E. L., Atkinson 
Wheeler, C. C, Benson 
Wheeler, D. M., Bamboo 
Wheeler. L. E.. Pine Bluff 
Whitaker, H. C, Marble 
Whitaker, J. M., Johnson City, 

Tenn. 
White, E. E., Greensboro 
White, Wade, Marshall 
White, E. P., Rutherfordton 
White, G. W., Chinquapin 
White, L. McB., Kinston 
White, L. B., Clyde 
White, R. E.. Roxboro 
Whitener, H. C, Hickory 
Whitley, J. W., Murfreesboro 
Whitley, B. G., Revolution 
Whitley, Willard. Oakboro 
Wiggins, A., Judson 
Wilcox, A. W., Mooresville 
Williams, 0. P., Bryson City 
Williams, L. R., Mars Hill 
Williams, T. H., Statesville 
Williams, T. H., High Point 
Williams. W. W., Bessemer City 
Willis. J. B., Hamlet 
Willis, John, Higgins 
Wilson, C. C, Cherryville 
Wilson, E. D., Athlone 
Wilson, J. H., Proctor 
Wilson, L. A., Zionville 
Wilson, L. C, Newland 
Wilson, S. B., Wallace 
Wilson, J. B., Cherokee. S. C. 



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Wilson, T. G., Flats 
Wilson, T. O., Cane River 
Wilson, W. M. E., Flat Rock 
Wilson, W. E., Bakersville 
Wise, J. W., Spindale 
Woodard, J. M., Almond 
Woodard, J. S., Bryson City- 
Wood, H. J., Waxhaw 



Woodruff, I. C, Lomax 
Wooten, F. T., Chadbourn 
Wright, H. T., Wake Forest 
Wright, N. L., Forest City 
Yates, J. C, Mooresville 
Yokeley, W. R., Sylva 
Yonce, D. A., Kyle 
Yonce, J, L., Franklin 



ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT PASTORS 

The State Convention instructed me to print this list separate 
from the pastors. The first year we printed all on the lists. This 
year we have tried to transfer all who were pastors last year but 
not this year to this list, but we have added no other new names 
to this list. 



Absher, A. F., Halls Mills 
Adams, G. W., North Wilkesboro 
Adams, R. E., Siloam 
Adams, J. J., Southport 
Allison, E., Penrose 
Annas, L. M., Saw Mill 
Arnold, J. M., Damascus, Va. 
Arnold, J. N., Highlands 
Arrington, C. C, Mt. Airy 
Arrington, W. F., Mt. Airy 
Ashelby, Joseph, Edison 
Austin, J. H., Hamlet 
Avant, John, Chadbourn 
Ballard, J. M., Alexis 
Ballard, W. H., Buckner 
Bangle, L. A., Lincolnton 
Barker, John, Benham 
Barnes, D. C, Barnesville 
Baugh, L. A., Lincolnton 
Baxley, A., St. Paul 
Beam, J. A., Roxboro 
Beam, J. M., Candor 
Beaver, J. T., Burnsville 
Beck, G. Y., Ocona Lufty 
Belton, J. 0., Mt. Airy 
Bennett, S. C, Bridgewater 



Betts, S. J., Raleigh 
Biddle, J. T., Asheville 
Blackburn, M. D., Grassy Creek 
Blalock, T. L., Ledger 
Blalock, J. C, Ledger 
Blanchard, H. N., Chaplain U. S. 
Army, Key West Barracks, Fla. 
Blevins, E., Grassy Creek 
Blevins, C, New Life 
Brandon, S. O., Jonesville 
Braswell, W. A., Montezuma 
Briggs, S. C, Ivy 
Brisson, W. L., Bladenboro 
Brisson, W. M., Dublin 
Brooks, B. B., Gastonia 
Brooks, J. N., North Wilkesboro 
Brookshire, J. L., Hendersonville 
Brown, G. W., Boone 
Brown, S. F., Trap Hill 
Bryan, J. S., Roaring River 
Bryant, J. W , Elkin 
Buchanan, John, Roaring River 
Buchanan, W. G., Elk Park 
Bumgardner, A. P., Casar 
Burger, G. F., Culberson 
Caines, W. R., Chadbourne 



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Caines, J. T., Tabor 
Cain, H. W., Roseboro 
Calhoun, C. I., Murphy 
Calhoun, T. J., Proctor, 
Campbell, Neal, Grayson 
Canpipe, T. C, Hayesville 
Caltron, J. T., Elkin 
Carroll, J. R., Winterville 
Carter, H. J., State Road 
Carter, V. M., Patterson 
Chambers, M. A., Chambers 
Chambliss, T. W., Asheville 
Chapion, B. C, Landrum, S. C. 
Cheek, T. B., Whitehead 
Chilton, J. W., Winston-Salem 
Church, J. W., Pattons Ridge 
Church, G. H., Statesville 
Clark, D. J., Elizabethtown 
Clark, L. S., Candler 
Clifton, R. L., Fayetteville 
Cobb, J. W., Lumber Bridge 
Colley, J. D., Asheville, R. 4 
Collier, R. D., Linden 
Conway, D. W., Lenoir, R 3 
Conrad, S. P., Charlotte 
Comer, N. H., Yadkinville 
Cook, W. F., Rich Mountain 
Cook, J. H., Casar 
Cope, C. M., Orion 
Corn, H. D., Mars Hill 
Cothren, T. J., Hayesville 
Crane, John, Asheville, R. 4 ' 
Crisp, J. F., Morganton, R. 2 
Crisp, John, Lenoir, 4 
Crisp, S. M., Japan 
Current, J. M., Hamptonville 
Daniels, P. S., Raleigh 
Davenport, J. E. M., Pineville 
Davis, A. W., Webster 
Davis, J. A., Grayson 
Davis, W. H., Hendersonville 
Denton, J. R., Dysartville 
Devenny, J. V., Lawndale 



Dillard, C. C, Dehart 
Dobson, J. H., Atkinson 
Dove, A. H., Clarkton 
Duncan, H. J., Roseboro 
Duncan, J. W., Congo 
Edwards, F. C, Asheville 
Edwards, W. S., Ronda 
Eller, A. J., Wilbar 
Elliott, Pat, Proctor 
Elliott, S., Shelby 
Elliott, Josiah, Hertford 
Elrod, J. M.. Granite Falls 
Felts, N. M., Jennings 
Fox, E. Lee, Henderson 
Fox, J. K., Granite Falls 
Franklin, James, Mortimer 
Freeman, A. J., Bladenboro 
Freeman, Isaac, Leicester 
Gardner, W. M., Lundy 
Glenn, W. H., Watauga Falls 
Goforth, S. S., New Castle 
Gorenflo, I. H., Hot Springs 
Groom, H. M., Hickory 
Green, S. H., Warne 
Greene, Edmon, Sands 
Gregory, C. C, Buckner 
Griffith, S. N., Murphy 
Griffin, W. M., Alexander 
Griggs, J. M., Todd 
Grubb, T. W., Todd 
Gulledge, J. G., Marshville 
Haithcock, W. F., Albemarle 
Hall, H. S., Cameron 
Hall, A. J., Noland 
Hall, E. 0., Forney 
Handy, E. Dehart 
Harper, J. H., Louisburg 
Harrelson, J., Clarendon 
Harris, B. B., Dysartville 
Harris, E. R., Burnsville 
Harris, J. W., Canton 
Harris, Ralph, Albemai'le 
Hartsell, J. W., Cameron 



Ordained Ministers 



263 



Hartsell, P. G., Oakboro 
Sarward, Geo. N., Morrisville 
Havener, Vance, Henry 
Haymore, C. C, Mount Airy 
Haynes, W. L., Union Mills 
Haynes, W. F., Greensboro 
Haynes, W., Asheville 
Hellard, E. F., Winston-Salem 
Henderson, G. L., Bryson City 
Henderson, I. N., Hubert 
Henson, J. S., Benbow 
Hanson, M. C., Bushnell 
Hickman, G. T., Winnabow 
Hilburn, D. H., Bladenboro 
Hocutt, J. D., Ashton 
Hocutt, R. L., Zebulon 
Hoffman, R. E., Salisbury 
Holloman, W. A., Jonesville 
Holmes, G. W., Henderson 
Holtsclaw, T. C, Hendersonville 
Honeycutt, R., Clinton 
Honeycutt, G. A., Albemarle 
Hooker, W. H., Asheville 
Hopkins, W. J., Mt. Holly 
Home, G. P., Shelby 
Hov.-ard, J. R., Mooresvil!'^ 
Howell, J. G., Jefferson 
Hubble. D. S., Park Mountain 
Huffman, W. D., Delco 
Huggins, W. F., Alexis 
Hughes, S. A., Valley 
Humphrey, D. B., Lumberton 
Humphrey, H. B., Rockingham 
Humphrey, W. A., Fayetteville 
Hunnicutt, W. A., Black Mountai: 
Hunt, G. R., Clarendon 
Hurst, W. T., Manndale 
Hutchinson, C. 0., Ashevilla 
Hutchinson, J. H., Raleigh 
Hyde, H. H., Andrews 
Hyder, M. H., Mill Springs 
Israel, L. Y., Candler 
Ives, S. A., Pine Bluff 



Johnson, J. H., Judson 
Johnson, W. L., Hamptonville 
Johnson, W. R., Wilmington 
Jolly, J. R., Jonesville 
Jones, T. J., Newland 
Jordan, F. M., Calvert 
King, H. B., Matthews 
Kirksey, G. C, Wallburg 
Kuykendall, W. J., Cameron 
Lacy, J. E., Morganton 
Lanning, Jeff, Denton 
Laughter, B. C, Mill Springs 
Lawrence, W. F., Hamptonville 
Ledford, A. M., Otto 
Lester, John, Elah 
Lewis, John, Southern Pines 
Lindsay, D. S., Judson 
Liner, J. R., Charlotte 
Long, T. C, Laurel Springs 
Lowdermilk, G. P., Marion 
Lyon, T. M., Trap Hill 
Lyon, J. P., Trap Hill 
McCurry, J. H., Asheville, R. 1 
McDaniel, T. C, Cliffside 
Mclntyre, R., Concord 
Manee, A. H., Southern Pines 
Marcus, W, A., Fontana 
Marsh, R. H., Oxford 
Martin, C. H., Polkton 
Mashburn, A. B., Nealsville 
Mathis, B. H., Jonesville 
Mathis, A. S., Cycle 
Meadows, A. S., Cycle 
Meadows, W. C, Pore Knob 
Mercer, M. V., Lumberton 
Merrill, G. L., Thomasville 
Miller, Ambrose, Edison 
Miller, C. A., Black Mountain 
Miller, M. D., Triplett 
Miller, E. O., Rhine 
Miller, H. D., Marshall 
Millsaps, K. E., Fontana 
Mintz, J. A., Shallotte 



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Monteith, S. B., Noland 
Moore, S. F., Fairview 
Morgan, E. J., Candler 
Morgan, Roy, Mars Hill 
Morgan, R. H., Rosman 
Morton, W. B., Louisburg 
Mull, W. B., Valdese 
Nanney, J. F., Murchison 
Nash, C. H., Greensboro 
Naylor, N. W., Dunn 
Neaves, J. M., Grumpier 
Nelson, J. A., Mill Spring 
Newton, J. D., Thomasville 
Newton, B. F., Cherryville 
Norket, L. R., Huntersville 
Norman, M. A., Addle 
Norris, H. W., Holly Springs 
Orr, G. W., Millsaps 
Dverby, L. W., West Durham 
Owens, Spurgeon, Candler 
Page. B. R., Southport 
Page, J. R., Ridgecrest 
Page, S. C, Dunn 
Parham, S., Asheville 
Pendergrass, J. R., Franklin 
Purnell, P. H., Charlotte 
Phillips, J. B., Hudson 
Phillips, T. B., Charlotte 
Pilkerton, J. M., Wilbar 
Plemmons, James, Candler 
Ponder, J. S., Marshall 
Ponder, S. L., Buckner 
Porter, W. M., Warrens ville 
Prevatte, John, Lumberton 
Prevette, J. E., Jennings 
Price, A. O., Hayesville 
Proffitt, M. S., Democrat 
Pruette, J. A., New Light 
Pruette, G. W., Roaring River 
Pruitt, J. B., Hickory 
Pugh, J. M., Randleman 
Pyatte, J. S., Nebo 
Raines, S. A,. Brevard 



Ray, G. L., Pensacola 
Raymond, F. B., Como 
Rector, J. A., Drexel 
Redfern, R. D., Peachland 
Redmon, G. R., Biltmore 
Reese, A. V., Hendersonville 
Rennegar, G. D., Harmony 
Riddle, J. L., Haynes 
Robins, E. D., Blowing Rock 
Robinson, H. S., Supply 
Robinson, Wyatt, Lundy 
Rogers, T. S., Albemarle 
Scott, J. J., Orrum 
Sebastian, A. T., Hayes 
Sentelle, R. E., Tarboro 
Simmons, J. D., Coleraine 
Simmons, S. F., Jonesville 
Sims, A. H., Kings Mountain 
Sisk, J. A., Marion 
Sisk, C. T., Bryson City 
Sitton, John, Balsam 
Sluder, M. M., Asheville 
Smiley, J. S., Bryson City 
Smith, H. H., Stony Fork 
Smith, J. F., Austin 
Smith, J. T., Westfield 
Smith, J. W., Clayton 
Snipes, M. V., Nebo 
Stallcup, J. B., Franklin 
Stallings, T. C, Rockwell 
Stephenson, J. R., Henderson 
Stimpson, J. F., Lenoir 
Stone, M. A., Apex 
Springfield, P. C, Mars Hill 
Springfield, O. L., Mars Hill 
Stykes, C. L., Green Cove, va. 
Summey, J, A., Ansonville 
Sutton, W. P., Newell 
Sykes, Paul, Woodland 
Taylor, J. W., Whitsett 
Tedder. D. A., Shelby 
Teeter, E. D., Stanfleld 
Tew. D. W., Clinton 



Ordained Ministers 



265 



Trivett, J. S., Fleetwood 
Vestal, M. M., Jonesville 
Walker, F. G., Lattimore 
Walker, C. G., Mill Spring 
Walker, J. E., Swann Station 
Walker, J. Y., Old Fort 
Wall, W. H., Edenton 
Watkins, J. W., Solola 
Weatherman, J. G., Jennings 
Wharton, Geo., Mars Hill 
Whisnant, E. S., Maiden 
White, R. T., Conway 
Whitley, E. A., N. Wilkesboro 



Wilcox, J. 0., Summit 
Wilcox, B. F., Shulls Mills 
Wild, J. M., Marshall 
Williams, J. G., Jackson Spring 
Williams, A. J., Rusk 
Williams, S. J., Canton 
Williams, W. A., Brevard 
Wilson, J. B., Cherokee, S. C. 
Wise, J. W., Spindale 
Wommack, Robt., Rutherfordton 
Woodson, C. J., Shelby 
Wright, J. M., Jennings 



MiNisTEBS Who Have Died This Year 

Abernathy, R. B Hildebran 

Dixon, L. R Ore Hill 

Denton, J. R Dysartville 

Duncan, H. J., Roseboro 

Freeman, A. J Bladenboro 

Freeman, J. H Cooleemee 

Hentley, J. M Sanford 

Hord, A. T., Cary 

Hyde. J. L Bryson City 

Ivery, G. C, Cherry ville 

Murchison, C. M Greensboro 

Orr, G. W Millsapps 

Porter, W. M., Warrensville 

Setzer, A. W., Maiden 

Scarborough, C. W., Murf reesboro 

Thomas, I. W Lenoir 

Tucker, Elihu Grassy Creek 

White, J. A Taylorsville 

Williams, H. W., Jonesboro 



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MINISTERIAL STUDENTS 



Seminary, Louisville, Ky. 



Booe, M. F., Cana 
Bunn, J. H., Castalia 
Childress, R. N., Raleigh 
Colston, J. F., Potecasi 
Connell, J. S., Norwood 
Earp, G., Knightdale 
Everett, J. R., Macclesfield 
Feezor, F. C, Linwood 
Foster, C. H., Mocksville 
Goodrich, A. L., Benson 
Green, J. Y., Bowling Green 
Harrill, B. H., Raleigh 
Hart, W. H., Hickory 
Hayes, J. M., N. Wilkesboro 
3erring, O. F., Clinton 
Hester, H. I., Chadbourn 
Hicks, P. A., Lincolnton 
Hill, D. E., Magnolia 
Ingram, B., Morven 
Johnson, G. H., St. Pauls 
Lynch, W. C, Caroleen 



Morris, B. E., Stanly 
Murray, J. G., Morganton 
Myers, C. H., Charlotte 
Nelson, J. R., Henderson 
Nichols, H. L., Durham 
Potts, E. H., Pineville 
Price, J. L., Stantonsburg 
Renegar, G. D., Harmony 
Roberts, E. L., Dudley 
Simons, J. D., Colerain 
Smith, H. L., Connelly Springs 
Stevens, G. V., Raleigh 
Stevens, C. H., Wake Forest 
Teague, L. W., Taylorsville 
Teague, N. C, Siler City 
Trueblood, E. J., Elizabeth City 
Walters, T. E., Greensboro 
Warren, C. C, Dunn 
West, R. I., Tuckertown 
White, P. E., Hertford 
Woodward, F. T., Statesville 



Seminary, Seminary Hill, Texas 

Byerly, E. W., Thomasville Johnson, J. S., St. Pauls 

Gillespie, T. T., Mooresboro Stephens, A. P., Boardman 

Hurley, Dan T., Millsboro Wilburn, G. W., Newton 

Israel, F. L., Lumberton Yearby, I. L., Wake Forest 

Bible Institute, New Orleans. 

Allen, T. H., Clayton Parker, J. B., Asheville 
Gladden, B. T., Mooresville Peterson, Koy, New Bern 
Lane, John B., New Bern Whitaker, Paul W^, Henderson- 
Nelson, R. B., Kernersville ville 



Abernethy, C. M., Drexel 
Alderman, A. B., Rose Hill 
Arnold, H. L., Neuse 
Berry, C. G., Rutherford College 
Biles, T. H., Albemarle 



Wake Forest College 

Blackwell, H, Kershaw, S. C. 
Blanton, M. D., Cliffside 
Blanton, S. D., Ellenboro 
Blount, G. W., Wilson 
Brandon. S. O., Jonesville 



Ministerial Students 



267 



Britt, N. F., Bolivia 
Cain, W., White Oak 
Cantrell, J. R., Cliffside 
Carter, D. E., Roduco 
Clay, J. H., Alberta 
Coleman, H. E. 
Coley, J. L., Wake Forest 
Corpening, A. M., Zebra, Mo. 
Crawford,. B. W., Eure 
Deaton, L. M., Mt. Gilead 
Dempsey, D. S., Winsdor 
Elliott, E. S., Shelby 
Foster, R. C, Mocksville 
Gaddy, J. F., Wake Forest 
Gardner, R. A., Gaffney, S. C. 
Gillespie, C. L., Ellenboro 
Grayitte, O. C, Roxboro 
Gupton, B. L., Henderson 
Hamrick, A. H., Shelby 
Harrell, I. S., Sunbury 
Hawkins, A. T., Starr, S. C. 
Herring, R. H., Jr., Waynesville 
Hickman, 0.. Winnabow 
Hopkins, J. S., West Jefferson 
Howard, W. C, Elmwood 
Hunt, A., Boiling Springs 
Ivey, J. H., Talladega, Ala. 
Jarratt, J. F., Linwood 
Jones, W. F., Wake Forest 
Keller, E. C, Lexington 
Lamb, S. N., Tarboro 
Lambert, H. F., Mt. Pleasant 
Lewis, D. D., Winnabow 



Lowder, H. C, Albemarle 
McGreger, J. C., Mapleville 
McSwain, W. L., Blacksburg, S. C 
Maxwell, F. C., Hendersonville 
Morgan, W. W., Candler 
Moseley, L. B., Selma, Ala. 
Muckle, Coy, Mars Hill 
Newton, R. K., Graham, Va. 
Page, W. M., Lillington 
Pait, I. C, Bladenboro 
Pearce, C. L., Colerain 
Proctor, F. G., Greensboro 
Roach, J. P., Linwood 
Robinson, D. J., Battleboro 
Robinson, M. L., Charlotte 
Royal, N. C, Salemburg 
Sawyer, J. B., Shiloh 
Smith, R. A., Norwood 
Spivey, E. L., Winsdor 
Stephens, C. S., Wake Forest 
Stiles, J. K., Brock 
Swann, S. G., Elmwood 
Tapp, R. B., Tarboro 
Tarlton, W. V., Marshville 
Teague, G. C, Taylorsville 
Tatum, Sam, Salisbury 
Townsend, C. M., Fair Bluff 
Wallace, W. R., Rocky Mount 
West, B. L., Warsaw 
Whisnant, E. T., Hickory 
Willis, E. G., Davis 
Wood, L. T., Gaffney, S. C. 
Wright, H. T., Wake Forest 



Mars Hill College 



Abernethy, W. W., Lowell 
Alley, Herman, Westminster, S. C 
Barrett, J. H., Concord 
Biggerstaff, Palmer, Bessemer 

City 
Bradley, E. L., Asheville 
Christopher, A. L., West Hickory 
Cole, Stanley, Hamlet 
Colville, J. L., Mars Hill 



Cooper, T. F., Mars Hill 
Cox, G. C, Chicod 
Drum, Paul, Maiden 
Elliott, W. P., Mars Hill 
Gillespie, A. S., Boiling Springs 
Gillespie, Boyce, Boiling Springs 
Gobble, Graham, Cooleemee 
Graham, W. H., Mars Hill 
Hager, Willis, Alexis 



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Hayes, Arthur, Mars Hill 
Hayes, N. A., Thomasvllle 
Hannon, S. E., Carthage 
Hill, J. E., Laurens, S. C. 
Holt, M. B., Holly Springs 
House, Arthur, Belmont 
Howell, W. M., Mars Hill 
Hunter, Wesley, Marshall 
Jenkins, Shuford, Mars Hill 
Jernigan, B. B., Dovesville, S. C. 
Jones, S. H., Pickens, S. C. 
Joyce, J. v., Clyde 
Lamm, S. L., Swann Station 
Lawhorn, N. F., Chatham, Va., E 
Lunsford, W. R., Marble 
Mason, A. K., Fayetteville 
Mclver, B. J., Swansea, S. C. 



Parrish, B. B., Alert 
Poole, D. E., Winston-Salem 
Potter, W. D., Winnabow 
Potts, J. B., Pineville 
Reese, R. H., Mars Hill 
Saunders, J. W., Salisbury 
Scott, R. L., Ridge Springs, S. C 
Short, Clyde, Shelby 
Smart, D. C, Waynesville 
Stansberry, J. H., Mars Hill 
Steele, B. C, Sanford, Fla. 
Tritt, D. B., Mars Hill 
Waters, A. R., Henrietta 
Weeks, W. F., Eryson City 
Williams, L. R., Mars Hill 
Wills, C. D., Greensboro, R. 6 



BuiE'i= Creek Academy. 



Battle, L. B., Nev/ Bern 
Bray, F. W.. Wilmington 
Browning, H. E., Jamesville 
Clemmons, D. M., Supply 
Childress, T. C, Princess Anne. 

Md. 
Downey, R. P., Severn 
Dixon, L. M., Henderson 
Early, W. D., Raleigh 
Hinton, C. R., Wilmington 
Jones, H. P., Wake Forest 
Lanier, R. C,, Greensboro 
Lee, R. C, Roslyn, Md. 



Morris, R. A., Bynum 
Morris, S. T., Wadeville 
Olive, J. H., Holly Springs 
Onsley, J. B., Lillington, R. F. D 
Richards, G. G., Skipwith, Va. 
Satterwhite, McD., Stovall 
Shoe, E. C, Spencer 
Swink, Ira, Spencer 
Wheeler, J. D., Holly Springs, 

R. F. D. 
Womack, F. G., Broadway 
Williams, T. H., Supply 



Boiling Springs High School 



Allen, F. G., Boiling Springs 
Barton, C. D., Boiling Springs 
Bridges, Newton, Shelby 
Brown, W. T., Boiling Springs 
Burnette, Joe, Alert 
Caldwell, E. J., Boiling Springs 
Davis, Wesley, Kings Mountain 
Ezell, Wm., Cherokee, S. C. 



Gray, L. B., Harrisburg 
Harrell, R. E., Boiling Springs 
Harrill, Hugh, Lattimore 
Hamrick, Roland, Forest City 

S. C. 
Henderson, Newman, Cherokee. 
Howell, Paul, Kings Mountain 
Humphries, Elbert, Gaffney, S. C. 



Ministerial Students 269 

Miller, Albert, Lowell Sparks, J. J., Caroleen 

McLean, J. R., Maxton Warren, Carl, Lowell 

Parker, Archie, Shelby Weaver, R. H., Boiling Springs 

Roberts, David, Forest City Walker, F. G., Lattimore 

Fruitland Institutb 

Ayers, Carl, Taylors, S. C. Moss, Chas. H., Union, S. C. 

Barnwell, Roy, Hendersonville Newton, Berkley, Adams, Run, 
Bowen, G. G., Cramerton g q 

Hendrix, Noah, Union, S. C. 

r-. 4^. T 4.1, T7I • ■ ™ Reece, C. C, Cedar Mountain 

Kirstien, Luther, Fairview xvc^^^-^, v^. , 

Lawrence, S. J., West Hickory Willis, Dewey, Taylors, S. C. 

WiNGATB School 

Ager, G. S., Lilesville Jones, J. C, Wingate 

Baucom, Clyde, Unionville Pridgen, Lee, Pembroke 

Clanton, D. A., Wingate Robinson, 3. F., Lancaster, S. C. 

Cockman, Curtis, Charlotte Sowell, Roy, Jefferson, S. C. 

Dry, M. H., Lancaster, S. C. Stegall, Frank, Marshville 

Faulkenbury, H. M., Pageland. Thompson, Raymond, Indian Trai 

S. C. Threatt, Tilroe, Marshville 

Jenkins, J. C, Lancaster, S. C. Tucker, Bright, Wingate 

Sylva Collegiate Institute 

Allen, Lawson, Bushnell Shavor, Lane, Albemarle 

Bell, Robert, Sylva Smith, Sanford, Tellico 

McCrackin, Wallace Franklin Smith, Judson, Tellico 

Yancey Collegiate Institute 

Belcher, Thomas, Greer, S. C. Hillman, C. W., Wampler 

Harris, Ernest, Durham Ross, Geo., Greer, S. C. 
Hensley, J. E., Burnsville 

Round Hill Academy 

Craig, W. B., Belmont Pool, D. E., Union Mills 

Lancy, W. C, Union Mills Walker. W. H.. Union Mills 



Index 



Page. 

Associational Directory 225 

Associational Statistics 136 

Baptist Bible Institute 109 

Baptist Foundation 25-29 

Baptist Hospital 17, 120 

Baptist Schools and Colleges 104, 247 

Baptist Seaside Assembly 33 

Baptist Young People's Union 24, 74, 246 

Biblical Recorder 42, 92, 133 

Boards of the Convention 4 

Board of Education 103-107 

Board of Missions 64-102 

Book Department 88-90 

Chapel Hill Church 35, 85 

Change Date of Convention 42, 92 

Chowan College 108 

Committees, Standing 3 

Constitution 7 

Convention Sermon 17 

Delegates, List of 55-63 

Economy Orphan's Home 32 

Enlistment and Country Churches 65 

Evangelism 46, 82 

Foreign Missions 31, 96 

Historical Commission 20, 90 

Historical Table of the Convention 239-241 

Home Missions 42, 96 

Junior Colleges 32, 46, 116 

Look-Out Commission 51-54 

Memorials 49, 50, 265 

Meredith College 16, 23, 24, 43, 107 

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Index 271 

Ministers, List of Ordained, who are pastors 249-261 

Ministers, Not Pastors 261-265 

Minister's Relief 96,131 

Ministerial Students, List of in Schools and Colleges 265-269 

Missionaries from North Carolina 242-243 

New Pastors Welcomed 16, 17 

Oflacers of the Convention 1, 43 

Order of Business 12, 13 

Organization 11, 12 

Orphanage ; . . . .22, 127-130 

Oxford College 43 

Pastors' Conference 247, 248 

Pastors, List of 249-261 

Prison Work 47, 86, 119 

Pullen Memorial Church 86 

Recommendations 73,78, 101 

Reports: 

Baptist Foundation 25-29 

Board of Education 31, 103-117 

Board of Missions 22, 34, 64-102 

B. Y. P. U 24, 74, 95 

Historical Commission 20 

Hospitals 120 

Ministers' Rilief Board 131, 132 

Oteen Hospital 39 

Orphanage 22, 127-130 

Place and Preacher 42 

Press 44 

Robeson Indians 19 

School of Applied Stewardship 39-41 

75 Million Campaign 36-38 

Social Service 47, 118-132 

Sunday Schools 34, 69, 95, 246 

Woman's Work 29-31, 246 

Resolutions: 

Baptist Hospital Ambulance 45 

Co-operative Evangelism 46 



272 IST. C. Baptist State CoNVEisrTioN 

Forest City Proposition 45 

Hospital Day 18 

Meredith College, Relocation 23, 24 

Thanks 51 

Wake Forest College, Endorsement of 33 

Social Service 47, 118-132 

Standing Committees 3 

Statistical Summary 244-247 

Statistical Tables, Associational 228-233 

Statistical Tables — Colleges and Schools 234 

Statistical Tables— History of the Convention 239-241 

Statistical Tables— W. M. U 237 

Summary of Denominational Statistics 236 

Summer Assemblies 33, 39 

Summer Campaign 66, 77, 91 

Treasurer's Report 92-100 

Trustees 4-6 

Visitors 14, 62, 63 

Woman's Work 29, 31, 79-81 



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